Dr Lucia Vodanovic
BiographySenior Lecturer at London College of Communication (UAL) and Course Leader of the MA in Arts and Lifestyle Journalism at the same institution. She completed her MA and PhD in Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths College. Her research interests focus on social aesthetics, lifestyle media, the ‘everyday’ and amateurism in its links with self-organisation and self-reliance, among others. She is the editor of Lifestyle Journalism: Social Media, Consumption and Experience (Routledge, 2019), and her work has been featured in publications such as Journal of Visual Art Practice; Travesía: Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies and the edited collection Materiality and popular culture: the popular life of things (Routledge, 2016). In Spanish, she is the co-editor of Disturbios Culturales (2012, UDP), a series of original conversations with global thinkers in the areas of philosophy, art, humanities and critical theory.
Lucia has also worked as a journalist and writer for various media organisations in Chile.
- Vodanovic L. Social Aesthetics: Old and New Makings in Chile's Street Art (2017)
- Vodanovic L. The Art of Writing: Disguise and Recognition in Nelly Richard's Avanzada (2015)
- Vodanovic L. Reception and Contingency in Recent Art from Chile (2014)
- Vodanovic L. The New Art of Being Amateur: Distance as Participation (2013)
- Vodanovic L, Ossandón J. Disturbios Culturales (2012)
- Vodanovic L. Lifestyle journalism: social media, consumption and experience (2019)
- Vodanovic L. From Performance to Objects and Back: London's InterAction (2016)
Curation and culture
Journalism, PR, media and publishing