Associate Professor of Digital & Cultural Policy Dept., Seoul National University of Science & Technology
Lee Kwang-Suk is a researcher, critic, journalist, and practitioner with a critical interest that aligns with the crossing of technology, society, culture, and ecology. He earned his Ph.D. in Radio-TV-Film at the University of Texas at Austin and is an associate professor in the Graduate School of Public Policy and Information Technology at Seoul National University of Science & Technology, Korea. He is also currently the co-editor of the critical cultural theory journal Culture/Science. Lee’s research areas include critical theories of technology, platform capitalism, the commons, Anthropocene, and tactical media. He is the author of several books including, Post Digital (2021), Against Techno-Fetishism (2020), Data Aesthetics in Society (2017), Rethinking the Datafied Society (2017), New Art Activism: The Cultural Politics in the Era of Post-media (2015), Cyvantgarde (2010), Digital Barbarism: Techno-glut, Big Data and Information Disaster (2014), and Aesthetic notes from the edge (2016). Lee has contributed numerous columns and essays related to technology and ‘the social’ to newspapers, magazines, and other publications.