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ascarlett@faculty.ocadu.ca

Ashley Scarlett is a doctoral candidate in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto. Her dissertation, On the Matter of the Digital Contemporary Media Art, explores contemporary new media artworks and making practices as a grounded means of engaging with the phenomenological parameters of digital objects and materials. Ashley has presented and written widely on her research, with an edited version of one of her dissertation chatpers recently appearing in Digital Culture & Society. In addition to her research, Ashley is also a regular lecturer at OCAD U and the University of Toronto, where she teaches courses on the history of new media art and critical theory. 

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Photo of Ashley Scarlett
Ashley Scarlett
Research Associate, Faculty
ascarlett@faculty.ocadu.ca

Overview

Ashley Scarlett is a doctoral candidate in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto. Her dissertation, On the Matter of the Digital Contemporary Media Art, explores contemporary new media artworks and making practices as a grounded means of engaging with the phenomenological parameters of digital objects and materials. Ashley has presented and written widely on her research, with an edited version of one of her dissertation chatpers recently appearing in Digital Culture & Society. In addition to her research, Ashley is also a regular lecturer at OCAD U and the University of Toronto, where she teaches courses on the history of new media art and critical theory.