Lola Rémy is a doctoral candidate in Film and Moving Image Studies at Concordia University, Montreal. Her research investigates and contextualizes the formation of a post-war universalist discourse as expressed in experimental film practices of assemblage. She offers a decolonizing perspective on the appropriation of Indigenous artefacts and imagery, at the core of this discourse. Her work has been published in NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies. She is the co-editor in chief of Synoptique, A Journal of Film and Moving Image Studies.
Lola is currently co-organizing the Works-in-Progress series. She has also organized the “Alternative Knowledge” research group in the GEM Lab, and the “Labour of Media (Studies)” conference (November 2018).
PhD in Film and Moving Image Studies | Concordia University | Montreal, Canada | Started 2016
MA in History of Arts | Université Paris Sorbonne | Paris, France | 2016
BA in History of Arts and Archeology | Université Paris Sorbonne | Paris, France | 2013
BA in English Literature | Université Paris Sorbonne | Paris, France | 2012