Ioannis Andronikidis

Greece (residence)
research interests: lens-based practices, documentary, video-essay, photography, subjectivity reproduction, Guattari, commons, aesthetic commons, documented subjectivities, politics and aesthetics, socially-engaged art, fieldwork, art activism

Art Historian, Writer and Researcher with a developing focus on lens-based practices (documentary, video-essay, photography), socially engaged art, critical and contemporary political theory. Graduate of the Edinburgh College of Art, where my research aimed at the contextualisation of Forensic Architecture's practice along the explorations of Ursula Biemann, Angela Melitopoulos, and Harun Farocki, among others and the examination of politics and aesthetics in relation to subjectivity reproduction and the proposal for an 'aesthetic commons,' formed through the socialisation of, what I have suggested as, 'documented subjectivities.'