about

I’m an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the Université de Montréal, working in media studies, media arts, and research-creation. I work primarily at the intersection of media aesthetics, material and visual cultures, and history and philosophy of science and technology. I’m particularly interested in my current work in print and paper histories, technologies, and practices.

My next book project, tentatively called High-Tech Paper: Security Printing and the Aesthetics of Trust, is a historical and theoretical study of security printing and document aesthetics that investigates the material protocols of identification, authentication, and recognition.

I’m in the early stages of a new collaborative project called The Sociability of Sleep. I’m also a co-investigator in Archive/Counter-Archive: Activating Canada’s Moving Image Heritage, a nation-wide partnership working to research and remediate audiovisual archives  created by women, Indigenous Peoples, the  LGBTQ2+ community, and immigrant communities. I recently completed the project Nano-Verses, a collaboration with artists and scientists that explored the possibilities of new nano-optical medium while also serving as reflection on the nature of interdisciplinary work.  (See projects for details.)

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