Department of Management, Society and Communication

PhD fellow

Room: DH.C.2.08
E-mail: elo.msc@cbs.dk
Edoardo Lomi

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
  • Social anthropology
  • Material culture 
  • Radical art and politics
  • Automation and computation 
  • Organisation


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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).

Publications sorted by:
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)
Book chapter > peer review
Outside activities

Currently no outside activities.