As a researcher, I’m concerned with the entanglements between acts of looking and acts of speaking as constitutive of social life.

I’m currently a PhD student in social anthropology at the University of Cambridge. My research project addresses the question of evaluation in the creative industry, and the interactional, cognitive and computational processes through which specific visual forms become imbued with economic, aesthetic, political and ethical values. I’m particularly interested in how human and machine ways of seeing interact in shaping such values.

I also write a newsletter about the relations between creativity and capitalism. My writing has appeared in Eye On Design and Siggi : le magazine de sociologie.