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Current Graduate Students

Kaitlin Clifton Forcier

Research

Media theory, New media, Contemporary art, Video art, Digital media, Computational media

Forcier

Bio

KC Forcier is a PhD candidate in Film & Media. She researches moving images at the intersection of contemporary art and computational media. Her dissertation focuses on the technological loop in moving image culture to map shifting notions of temporality in the digital age.

She serves as the Graduate Representative to the Executive Committee of the Berkeley Center for New Media and the Co-Organizer of the Berkeley New Media Working Group. At Berkeley she has also served as the Graduate Liaison for the Arts, Technology, and Culture Colloquium and has co-organized the conference High/Low: Taste, Quality, and Resolution in Media. Her research has been supported with fellowships from the Berkeley Center for New Media and the Berkeley Institute for International Studies.