Associate Professor, Visual Art & Art History
Jennifer Fisher is an art historian, critic and curator whose research focuses on exhibition and display practices, contemporary art, performance, feminist epistemology, affect theory and the aesthetics of the non-visual senses. She is editor of the anthology Technologies of Intuition (2006) and co-editor of special issues of Senses and Society: The Senses and Art (2012) and PUBLIC: Civic Spectacle (2012). Her writings have been featured in the anthologies The Ashgate Companion to Paranormal Culture, The Senses in Performance,Caught in the Act and Foodculture: Tasting Identities and Geographies in Art, as well as Art Journal, Border/Lines, n-paradoxa and Visual Communication. Jointly with Jim Drobnick, Dr.Fisher is founding editor of the international Journal of Curatorial Studies and part of the curatorial collaborative DisplayCult.