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Professor Felicity Colman

Associate Dean: Research
London College of Fashion
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Felicity  Colman


Felicity Colman is Professor of Media Arts and Associate Dean of Research for the London College of Fashion at University of the Arts, London. Felicity is a specialist in creative technologies; encompassing time-based media forms, ethics of technology, and posthumanist philosophy. Felicity teaches and researches forms of creative media practice. She has a professional background working life in the creative industries - in art and design.

Felicity was educated on the central and eastern lands of the Wanamara people of Queensland, the Bindal people of the Wulgurukaba nation, Gadigal peoples of the Eora nation, and the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Literary Theory and History of Art from the University of Queensland, a Bachelor(Hons) Design from Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney, a Master of Arts in Australian Art from Monash University, and a PhD in Art History and Screen from the University of Melbourne. Felicity worked in the creative industies as a curator and writer, and she has taught and worked in Higher Education in Australia and in the United Kingdom for over 20 years. Her current research focus is on feminist modalities, the ethics of technology, and the metaphysics of creativity in the algorithmic condition.

Felicity is the Chair of the UAL Archives, Museum & Special Collections Advisory Board. AMSCA

Felicity welcomes students for MA and PhD research supervision in both practice and theoretical research in the areas of art, cultural studies, political modalities of fashion, feminist practice, film, media theory, and ethics of technology.