My PhD project deals with the relation between technical objects and insurgent modes of organising. I inquire into the role of technology in radical aesthetic traditions with a specific focus on the challenges and possibilities of automation and computation for the planning of alternative socialites and ways of organising. I am concerned with the overarching question of immanent change as raised in the im/possible task of manifesting an exteriority to the dominant world-system from within its operative logics and materials.
I am trained as a social anthropologist of material culture from University College London (BSc) and the University of Oxford (MPhil). Since 2019, I maintain an active research collaboration with the Graduate School of Management at Kyoto University on the broad theme of minoritarian and aesthetically driven technological innovation.
Primary research areas
Radical art and politics
Automation and computation
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I teach and supervise on topics related to my research areas as well as to matters pertaining digitalisation/digitisation/datafication, ethics, and qualitative methodologies (digital, speculative, in-person).
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Edoardo Lomi; Macon Holt / Dancing on Flights of Scale In: Toward a Minor Tech. ed. /Christian Ulrik Andersen; Geoff Cox. Aarhus : Digital Aesthetics Research Centre / Center for Digital Æstetikforskning 2023, p. 4 (A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About, No. 1, Vol. 12)