My research explores the social dynamics that contend, or partially connect, with different emerging technologies within financial markets. This builds upon on a broader interest in the various intersections between the social and the economic world, with a specific focus on finance, digital and spatial innovation, topology, measurement, aesthetics and artistic critique.
My PhD dissertation examined experimental filmmaking and critical design methods centring on the differential logics between art and business intimately bound up with new sites of action such as camps, labs and workshops, which feed into processes of economic valuation.
Philosophical Methods in Business Studies, Cand. Merc (fil), Qualitative methods (HA), Philosophy of Science (HA)
I supervise student projects and master thesis within my research interests.
Lange, A. (2013) Inclusive Differentiation – A Study of Artistic Techniques and Devices of Innovation. PhD Thesis, Goldsmiths University of London
Lange, A. (2013) Experimental capitalism – A Study of Design for Future Digital Manners. Forthcoming in STS Encounters, Special Issue on Design and the Social
Lange, A. (2012) A Re-encounter of Economic Value, a review essay on David Stark: The Sense of Dissonance – Accounts of Worth in Economic Life, Princeton University Press (2009), The Journal on Cultural Economics
Christian Borch; Kristian Bondo Hansen; Ann-Christina Lange / Markets, Bodies, Rhythms : A Rhythmanalysis of Financial Markets from Open-outcry Trading to High-frequency Trading. In: Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, Vol. 33, No. 6, 2015, p. 1080-1097