Clarissa Lee

Clarissa Ai Ling Lee is not doing science or art and in this discussion we work at trying to talk about, and how to work in, that third space between and around both.

“In the belly of the monster is where so called new knowledge is supposed to be happening”

Clarissa Lee

we cover things as broad as:

  • ways of doing – forms of knowledge
  • storing meaning in art
  • invisible objects/non object
  • divinity in art
  • subject and object in art and science
  • superannuation
  • cryptocurrency (meaning without object)
  • Pseudoscience:
  • distance
  • art as a vessel for money laundering
  • abstraction and if it belongs to white people – article
  • core epistemic contradiction
  • rigourous play
  • uncertainty principle

mentioned: – publications and papers – blog – facebook


Clarissa Ai Ling Lee recently completed her PhD education at Duke University in the Literature Program, with graduate certificates in Feminist Theories, Information Science + Information Studies,  and the History and Philosophy of Science, Technology and Medicine.Because of the different ways in which her scholarly interests project themselves, she has an undergraduate degree in physics and an MA in English Literature.

As her passion is in interdisciplinary studies, she works at the intersection of science and technology studies (that include philosophy, history and sociology of the sciences), cultural studies, media archaeology, book history, and feminist theory. She likes to work on a bunch of projects unrelated to her professional life, but she also enjoys the passions that her professional life brings.

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Matt Cornell is based in the Asia-Pacific region and grew up in Darwin, on Larrakia land. He works through dance, choreography, sound, photography, and discussion to question the arbitrary configuration of systems, and is passionate about overcoming cognitive bias... to ask better questions… to dissolve malignant social narratives.

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