Kyle Parry is assistant professor of History of Art and Visual Culture at University of California, Santa Cruz. His book project Disaster and Assembly proposes a new, assembly-based framework for media practices around ecological and technological disasters, both sudden and slow-moving. Other current projects concern photographic ubiquity; protest, digital media, and aboutness; and performative approaches to digital scholarship and data visualization. His research has been published or is forthcoming in Critical Inquiry, Debates in the Digital Humanities, and Archive Journal.
Articles in Critical Inquiry