Log in to post comments Position Affiliated Faculty, Part-time Instructor Academic Area Art History Office Hours By Appointment Only Location Lamar Dodd School of Art, Main Building | N328 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus Moving-Image Installation; Film Theory Taylor Hobson is currently a Visiting Lecturer of modern and contemporary art at Georgia State University. A 2014 graduate of the Lamar Dodd School of Art's art history master's program, his research focuses on contemporary art’s intersection with film and media studies. His dissertation “Radiant Sites: Projection and the Mobile Spectator in Contemporary Moving-Image Installations” explores light projection as a phenomenon that connects cinematic spectatorship with the expanded technologies of video art. Focusing on artists Jim Campbell, Janet Cardiff, and Douglas Gordon, Taylor follows the traces of the cinematic experience within the multimedia installations of current visual culture. His teaching experience includes undergraduate- and graduate-level courses on expanded cinema, the history of photography, early modernism, and contemporary art & theory.