1. Contributors

        Angela Dimitrakaki

        writer and lecturer, Edinburgh/Athens

      1. Angela Dimitrakaki is a writer and Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Art History and Theory at the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh. Dimitrikaki’s academic research focuses on the following areas: feminist and Marxist methodologies in art history; art and curating in relation to labour and production (often as regards gender); art in the social realities of post-1989 Europe; lens-based media, the video essay, and post-documentary aesthetics; the emergence of biopolitical paradigms in contemporary art; curatorial history and theory; and the resurgence of fascism in post-2008 societies. Her books include: ECONOMY: Art, Production and the Subject in the 21st Century (co-edited with Kirsten Lloyd, 2015); Gender, ArtWork and the Global Imperative: A Materialist Feminist Critique (2013); Politics in a Glass Case: Feminism, Exhibition Cultures and Curatorial Transgressions (co-edited with Lara Perry) (2013); and, in her native Greek, Art and Globalisation: From the Postmodern Sign to the Biopolitical Arena (2013). Dimitrakaki lives and works in Edinburgh and Athens. [Last updated 2016]