Dr Johanna Gosse

Lecturer in Lens and Time-Based Art Histories

I joined the 鶹Ƶ as Lecturer in Lens and Time-Based Art Histories in 2023. I am a specialist in modern and contemporary art with a particular focus on experimental film and media. My research is interdisciplinary and bridges art history, film & media studies, and visual studies.

I will be on research leave from the 鶹Ƶ from September 2023 – August 2024. During this year I will be the Terra Foundation for American Art Visiting Professor in the Department of History of Art at the University of Oxford.

My current project is a book on the queer American artist Ray Johnson, which received an Arts Writers Grant from Creative Capital.

My publications include (Duke University Press, 2022), which I co-edited with Timothy Stott (Trinity College Dublin), as well numerous articles and reviews in academic journals, including Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, Camera Obscura, Millennium Film Journal, Art Journal, Critical Studies in Media Communication, MIRAJ: Moving Image Review and Art Journal, Oxford Art Journal, Radical History Review, Journal of Art & the Public Sphere, amongst others. I have contributed chapters to edited collections, including the German/English language anthology, (Verlag Kettler, 2022), (Yale University Press, 2019), , and (University of California Press, 2015). I also write for broader audiences in museum catalogues, including an essay on Dick Higgins’s Something Else Press for the exhibition at the Reina Sofia, Madrid (opens September 2023), four catalogue essays for at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2021-22, and the concluding essay for , a major retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Modern Art in 2016. More information about my publications can be found on my website, .

I am Field Editor for Cinema, Media, and Performance for caa.reviews. From 2018-23, I served as Executive Editor of .