Magdalena’s research and artistic practice focuses on the potential(s) of mobilities research, process philosophy and feminist vital materialism to re-frame how we develop, conceptualize, theorize, and interact with self-imaging and emerging technologies. She is also focused on the aestheticization of memory, trauma and wounded skin. Her dissertation is a study of feminist self-imaging practices online 1996-2000.
By the by, she identifies as an arts-based researcher with lax hygiene and no social graces.
feminism, selfies, Instagram, mobile media, body art, raves, vital materialism, process philosophy, mobility, food as a discursive practice, performing trauma, expanded cinema