Bio coming soon.

Personal Statement

My research and teaching focus on intermedia and media-archaeological approaches to the history of art and visual culture.  Working between the History of Art and Cinema and Media Studies, my research interests include the history and theory of photographic media (including proto-cinematic devices, photography, film, video and digital forms), theories of spectatorship, problems of authorship, historiography, modernism, contemporary artistic practices and art criticism, and the conservation of fine art and media.

Current Interests

I am currently at work on a manuscript on the media artist and theorist, Hollis Frampton, based on my dissertation, "By Mind and Hand: Hollis Frampton's Photographic Modernism."


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