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Major: Visual Arts
Dissertation: “The Research and Teaching of Art Despite Its Disappearance: Art in Academia, 1957-1977”
2012 - 2014 Bard College, M.F.A.
Major: Film and Theatre with emphases in Film Arts Production
Dissertation: “An evaluation of the intersection of art and moving images”
2007- 2011 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, B.A.
University Teaching; Graduate Mentoring; Academic Research Conception, Design and Communication; Digital Archival Project Management; Independent & University-based Media Producer; University Project Liaison; Production Team Management; Public Exhibition/Symposia/Outreach Collaboration/Programming
RESEARCH & TEACHING Experience
2018- Date: Lecturer, Department of Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego, CA
Performance studies; media theory; science, technology & society/culture (STS/C); historical & philosophical avant-garde; critical security/surveillance studies; creative media research & practice
Geomedia; nexuses of art, science and technology; experimental ethnography; ecological STS; emerging media semiotics
• VIS 177: Scripting Strategies (Instructor of record), Department of Visual Arts, UC San Diego, Fall 2018
• VIS 174: Media Sketchbook (Instructor of record), Department of Visual Arts, UC San Diego, Winter/Spring 2019.
2013-214: Teaching Assistant, Bard College, Theater and Performance Department
• Introduction to Performance Studies-Summer 2013 and Fall 2014.
FREELANCE ACADEMIC CONSULTANCY EXPERIENCE
2016-2017: Professor, Unepmpoyedprofessors.com
•Thesis and dissertation writing, proofreading and editing.
•Book development and editing.
•Revisions for English as a Second Language thesis and dissertations.
•Assisting clients with getting journal articles, thesis, dissertation, and books published.
PUBLICATION (Peer Reviewed)
Ridlen, Tim. (2017). If film is a language, can birds make movies? The artist's field library, part one. Journal for Artistic Research. 10.22501/jar.147814.
Chapters in Books
Ridlen, Tim. (2018). [Mimesis and Disciplinarity: Maya Deren's Divine Horsemen]. In Katrin P., Melinda. & Mariana B., (Eds.), Spheres of glass: reimaging aesthetics of the nature and the social . New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.