Visiting Lecturer in Film and Electronics
Primary Academic Program: Film and Electronic Arts
Biography:Lindsey Lodhie comes to Bard from Harvard University, where she pursued advanced degrees in film and visual studies and critical media practice. Her areas of research and teaching interest include visual culture and visual technologies; avant-garde and experimental cinema; media history, theory, and philosophy; women and gender studies, borderlands film and art, media pedagogy and digital humanities; curatorial studies; and film and media production, among others. Lodhi previously taught at Harvard, Emerson College, and SUNY Buffalo. She is the author of articles and book chapters including “The Metaphoricity of Sense: Hong-Kai Wang’s Music While We Work,” in After Sound: Toward a Critical Music and “‘Hearing Things through Things’: Hong-Kai Wang’s Music While We Work,” in Ear/Wave/Event; exhibition catalogues for the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts and Harvard Art Museums; and papers for conferences such as the International Conference on the Arts in Society, Lisbon; ArtLab at the Sackler Museum, Cambridge; and the Society of Cinema and Media Studies, Toronto. Curatorial projects include an exhibition on the Bauhaus Studio at Harvard ArtLab and Edged in Black: Selections from SMS, 2014–15 for the Davis Museum at Wellesley College.
BA, Hampshire College; MFA, SUNY Buffalo; MA, PhD candidate, Harvard University. At Bard since 2019.
Location: Avery Center for the Arts