Lindsey Lodhie is a doctoral candidate in Film and Visual Studies with a secondary field in Critical Media Practice. She holds an MFA in Media Arts Production from the Department of Media Study, SUNY University at Buffalo and a BA from Hampshire College with a concentration in Art, Aesthetics and Critical Theory. She has been a lecturer in the department of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College and Department of Media Study at SUNY at Buffalo teaching courses in filmmaking, avant-garde cinema and installation art. Her work is situated at the intersection of academic research and artistic practice exploring the moving image in modern and contemporary art, technologies of reproduction, the history and philosophy of photographic media, and the aesthetics of empiricism between art and science. Her dissertation research focuses on transitive objects and materialities of communication in conceptual art. Her curatorial projects have included collaborations with the Harvard Art Museums, Davis Art Museum, Harvard Film Archive and Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. In addition, she engages new formats for multi-media publishing as a senior editor and director of special collections for the online journal Sensate.
Elapse Installation Documentation