I am currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie research fellow in Digital Culture at the University of Bergen (2018-2021). My research deals with gender, space and power on screen, in particular in cinema and immersive narratives such as through Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), gallery films and locative videos.
I am an avid rock climber and traveller. Originally from Belgium, I have lived in Ireland, Spain, New Zealand, and now live in Norway.
I write about space and women walking in urban spaces. I am generally concerned with gender, 'race', class and relations of power and how these affect our habitation of different everyday spaces, including streets, transports, houses and work places.
In particular, I look at how gender, space and power interact on screen, across film and audiovisual digital productions.
These pictures are my own take on these issues.
PhD in Film and Media Studies, University of Otago, 2016
MA in Film Studies, University College Cork, 2009
BA and MA in Languages and Literature (English and Spanish), Free University of Brussels, 2007
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Check my forthcoming monograph Affirmative Aesthetics and Wilful Women: Gender, Space and Mobility in Contemporary Cinema