Lotte Pet is Teaching Coordinator at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society.
In her Ph.D project, Lotte Pet researches art as a means to gain knowledge within scientific and technological discourse. Specifically, she focuses on the onto-epistemological force of bioart and to what extent it can expand theoretical limitations of the frameworks developed by new biopolitics and posthumanism to enable consequential activity in decision-making processes within daily life.
2018-present Ph.D. researcher, LUCAS, Leiden University (supervisor: prof.dr. Robert Zwijnenberg, co-supervisor: dr. Laura Bertens)
2015-2016 Master of Arts (MA), cum laude, Arts and Culture, Leiden University
2012-2015 Bachelor of Arts (BA), History of Art, Leiden University
2013-2015 Honours College (BA), Leiden University
2008-2012 Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Fine Arts, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
- Pet, Lotte. “When CRISPR Meets Art: The Experience of Relationality Through the Affective Agency of Matter” Top-ranked LABS Abstracts 2017. Leonardo 51.5 (2018).
- Pet, Lotte. “Exploring Interspecies Relationality in Bioart.” Simulacrum 26.2 (2018).
- Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
- Onderwijs- en Studentzaken
- Studieadvies en -coordinatie
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