Jennifer Cook


Jennifer Seaman Cook is a transnational American Studies scholar, media theorist, essayist, and creative writer working at the intersections of politics and poetics. She specializes in visual and public cultures, cultural and social movements, and pre-digital to digital media and technology studies. Her essays can be found in 3:AM Magazine, Furtherfield, LA Review of Books, PopMatters, Salon, and Heide Hatry’s photography book Not a Rose. Jennifer’s poetry and hybrid cultural history has been published in Berfrois, Cedilla Literary Journal (Ç viii, 2014) alongside Amiri Baraka (archived at University of Montana), Queen Mob’s Tea House and more.  Her arts writing in anthology has premiered at the Frankfurt Book Fair and MoMa PS1.


Jennifer teaches long 20th century cultural history, media arts activism, and counter-institutional politics, and also processes the archives of publicly-funded emergent media and intermedia arts networks with the State University of New York. As a documentary media maker, she is using her residency at Signal Culture to experiment with installation space detournement of archival found footage from emergent media artist residencies.






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