Agnieszka Jelewska

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  • ISEA 2022

    Agnieszka Jelewska, Professor at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, Deputy Dean of Department of Anthology and Cultural Studies and director of Humanities/Art/Technology Research Center AMU. She has served as a visiting fellow at Kent University, Cantenbury, UK. She held lectures and workshops at Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard University, Emerson College Boston, Folkwang Universität der Kunst, Essen. Jelewska has authored and co-edited books Sensorium. Essays on Art and Technology (2012 in Polish), Ecotopias. The Expansion of Technoculture (2013 in Polish), Art and Technology in Poland. From Cybercommunism to the Culture of Makers (2014, as editor); and number of articles. She examines the transdisciplinary relations between science, art, culture, and technology in the 20th and 21st century, their social and political dimension. She is also a curator and co-creator of art and science projects: Transnature is Here (2013); Post-Apocalypsis (2015) – awarded golden medal from PQ 2016; Anaesthesia (2016); PostHuman Data (2019).

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