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Rosemary Lee

Rosemary Lee is an artist and media studies researcher focused on the history of visual technologies.

Rosemary Lee's work looks at how current developments in image production fit within larger narratives about art, vision, knowledge, and relations between humans and machines. Through a medi-archaeological perspective, Lee seeks to develop a better understanding of how current methods and ideas about art and technology are influenced by those of the past. Rosemary Lee completed her PhD at the IT-University of Copenhagen in 2020 with a thesis entitled “Machine Learning and Notions of the Image”. That research has been acknowledged with inclusion in the Leonardo Abstracts Service’s Top Thesis Abstracts of 2021 and was shortlisted for the German Informatics Society’s AI Newcomer Award in Art. Prior to her doctoral studies, Lee earned an MA with Distinction at the European Graduate School and a BFA with Honors at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

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