2012 Noontime Lecture Series
An associate professor at Emily Carr University in the Faculty of Visual Art & Material Practice, Randy Lee Cutler is a Vancouver based writer, artist and educator. She has a PhD from the Royal College of Art where she wrote on the surrealist enterprise. Randy continues to investigate the emergence of new cultural forms through an exploration of the intersections of gender, art, science and technology. She contributes writing to catalogues and art magazines as well as maintains an experimental relationship to pedagogy, gardening and embodiment. She has authored numerous essays on visual art and cultural studies published in Vancouver Art & Economies (Artspeak Gallery and Arsenal Press), Uncanny: Experiments in Cyborg Culture (Vancouver Art Gallery and Arsenal Press. Randy has written for C magazine, FUSE magazine, West Coast LINE, The Fillip Review, n.paradoxa, Blackflash Magazine, Canadian Art and Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art on topics as diverse as reading, orientalism, new media art, feminism, photography and social change.
Department of Art History, Visual Art & Theory