Susan Kelly is a writer, artist and educator whose research explores the relationship between art, micropolitics and practices of the self, rehabilitation and collectivity. She works against free labour, precarity and exploitation in cultural work and universities. Kelly is a senior lecturer in Fine Art and Critical Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her work has been shown at the Prague Biennial, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, and Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven among others. She attended residencies in Innsbruck, Helsinki and New York. She has published articles in Deleuze Studies, Public Culture, Performance Research and Parallax.
A New School
May 12, 2019