Katrien Jacobs

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    Katrien Jacobs is an Associate Professor in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She received a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and Media from the University of Maryland at College Park, USA. Her dissertation about 1960s/1970s performance art pioneered a unique blend of theoretical essays and video documentaries. She has continued to work as a scholar and media artist who employs different media and styles of reflection to examine people’s experiences with the body, art, media and sexuality. She has lectured and published widely about pornography, censorship and media activism in Hong Kong, China and global media environments.


    Katrien Jacobs is a scholar, curator and artist in the field of new media and sexuality and works as assistant professor at City University of Hong Kong. She has written books about sex art and Internet pornography. Her work can be found at libidot.org.


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  • Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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