Lilly Husbands is a doctoral candidate in Film Studies at King’s College London. Her research is concerned with closely investigating contemporary North American and British works of experimental animation, focusing particularly on the varieties of non-normative aesthetic experience that such works invite and cultivate. She has given numerous conference papers on the subject throughout the UK. She received her B.A. in Comparative Literature from Brown University in 2003 and completed her Film Studies Master’s Degree at KCL in 2008 and her Critical Methodologies Master’s Degree at KCL in 2009. She is the author of ‘The Meta-Physics of Data: Philosophical Science in Semiconductor’s Animated Videos,’ published in Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) 2:2 (2013).
Her interests include experimental cinema and video, animation and special effects, film aesthetics, film philosophy, spectatorship, and film music.
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Husbands, L. M., 2014
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy