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Jasmin Pfefferkorn

Jasmin is an Executive Member of the Research Unit in Public Cultures, on the steering committee for the Art, AI and Digital Ethics research collective at the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics, and the co-founder and director of the research group CODED AESTHETICS. Previously, Jasmin has worked on two ARC projects, ‘Digital Photography: mediation, memory and visual communication’, and ‘Creating The Bilbao Effect: Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) and the Social and Cultural of Urban Regeneration Through Arts Tourism’. From 2014-2023 she was a tutor, lecturer and subject coordinator for subjects within the Media and Communication program. She holds a PhD from the University of Melbourne on emergent museum practice and is the author of ‘Museums as Assemblage’. Her interdisciplinary research spans museum studies, critical AI, visual culture, and digital humanities.