Lindsey Lodhie is a doctoral candidate in Film and Visual Studies and Critical Media Practice. She has taught at Emerson College and done curatorial work at the Harvard Art Museums, the Harvard Film Archive and the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. Her dissertation title is "Contents Unknown”: From Incendiary Devices to the Objet Ambigu, Mediating Conceptual Art. Lindsey’s general fields of study include: Film Studies, Art History, Visual Culture, Media Studies, Digital Humanities, History of Science, and Continental Philosophy. Particular focus on post-war Modern and Contemporary Art, Medium Specificity, Temporality, Installation and Screen-based art, Media Archaeology, Object Theory, Avant-Garde and Art Cinema, Affect Theory.