PhD and MA, University College London; BA, McGill University, Montreal
Lauren Rotenberg specializes in contemporary art since the ‘90s with a focus on the intersection of art, politics, and social change. Her research interests include: participation and performativity, collaboration and collectivist art practices, new media, critical theory, and art activism. She has presented papers at international conferences and led various events including co-organizing a symposium based on her PhD project, Untitled (Labour): Contemporary Art & Immaterial Production at Tate Britain. Rotenberg has also taught at University College London and Camden Arts Centre, curated exhibitions with Gasworks and International New Media Gallery, and co-edited the art history journal Object. She continues to assist private clients as a consultant, researcher, and educator.