Lone Bertelsen

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  • ISEA2013

    Lone Bertelsen works across the fields of: photography, art and visual studies; affect and subjectivity studies; and social and cultural theory. Her research is inspired by the more micro-political and generative branches of post-structuralist and feminist thought, and she is particularly concerned with issues related to social change and transformation. Her writing has been published in Theory, Culture and Society, the Fibreculture Journal and The Affect Theory Reader. Her most recent piece considers the ethical and transformative potential of the new media artwork Intimate Transactions (created by The Transmute Collective and their collaborators). Lone has taught at Macquarie University and The University of NSW, Sydney. Her PhD in sociology is of a trans-disciplinary nature.

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  • AU

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