Congratulations to Dr Lindsay Kelley on her most recent publications and achievements;
Kelley will be exhibiting her work at the Fairfield City Museum & Gallery from 15 April until 12 August. Curated by Megan R. Fizell, Aftertaste considers how food can act as a link between a person's past, present, and future, activating and containing memories that connect us to a shared experience or place in time. Through contact with food - cooking, eating and sharing - we maintain cultural ties and access different forms of knowledge.
The food-related artworks in Aftertaste speak about culture, identity and representation by way of tastes on the tongue.
There will be a participatory taste workshop at the Gallery on 15 July, open to all.
Kelley’s most recent publication includes, Invert Syrup, Feminist Snap: Anzac Biscuits and Feminist Resistance to Imperial Logics. Catalyst Vol. 9 No. 1 (2023): Special Section: Domestication of War.
Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, and Technoscience serves the expanding interdisciplinary field of feminist science and technology studies (STS) by supporting theoretically inventive and methodologically creative scholarship incorporating approaches from critical public health, disability studies, sci-art, technology and digital media studies, history and philosophy of science and medicine, and more.
Kelley was also published in Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies with her article, 'Biscuit Production and Consumption as War Re-enactment,’ in October 2022.
Continuum is an academic journal of media and cultural studies. For over two decades it has contributed to the formation of these disciplines by identifying new areas for investigation and developing new agendas for enquiry in the fields. The journal has consistently provided a space for important new voices in media and cultural studies, while also featuring the work of internationally renowned scholars. Continuum is now one of the most highly regarded and most cited journals in media and cultural studies.
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Dr Lindsay Kelley is a Senior Lecturer at the ANU School of Art & Design. Researcher profile.