Natasha Lushetich is an interdisciplinary scholar with a background in the arts. She is currently Professor of Contemporary Art & Theory at the University of Dundee, UK, and Arts and Humanities Research Council Leadership Fellow.
Her research focuses on intermedia and critical mediality; global art and the status of sensory experience in cultural knowledge; biopolitics; datification; and performativity. Natasha is the recipient of numerous fellowships such as Fulbright, Steim, Noorderzon, and ArtsLink.
Her theoretical and practice-based research has been funded by the AHRC; Arts Coucil England; HASS Strategy Fund; Maudsley Fund; The Amsterdam Fund for the Arts; The European Council; and VSB Foundation, among others. Natasha's books include Fluxus The Practice of Non-Duality (Rodopi/Brill 2014); Interdisciplinary Performance (Palgrave 2016); The Aesthetics of Necropolitics (Rowman and Littlefield 2018); Beyond Mind (De Gruyter 2019); Big Data - A New Medium? (Routledge 2020); and Distributed Perception: Resonances and Axiologies (co-edited with Iain Campbell, Routledge 2021).
Her current research project is The Future of Indeterminacy: Datification, Memory, Bio-Politics.
Doctor of Philosophy | University of Exeter, UK | 2011