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Dr Josephine Berry is an art theorist, writer and editor. She supervises thesis only and practice based PhDs in the School of Arts and Humanities.

Josephine Berry has a background in aesthetic politics with a particular focus on the intersections between art and biopolitics, neoliberal urban development and digital capitalism. She was Editor of Mute magazine, a print and online forum for ‘cultural politics after the net’, from 2004–14 and co-director of the Post-Media Lab, Centre for Digital Culture, Leuphana University, Germany (2012–14). She teaches on the Culture Industry MA at Goldsmiths, University of London and has taught courses in Visual Culture at Imperial College. Her educational background includes an MA in German Expressionism at The Courtauld Institute, and a PhD thesis on Site Specific Art on the Net at Manchester University. Publication venues include Afterall, Inventory, Mute, New Formations, Kunstlicht, The Large Glass and 21: Inquiries into Art, History and the Visual.

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