Janice Lee is a writer, artist, editor, designer, and scholar. She is interested in the relationships between metaphors of consciousness and theoretical neuroscience, and experimental narrative. Her obsessive research patterns lead her to making connections between the realms of technology, consciousness studies, design theory, the paranormal & occult, biological anthropology, psychology, and literary theory. Her work can be found in numerous journals & anthologies and she is the author of KEROTAKIS (Dog Horn Press, 2010), a multidisciplinary exploration of cyborgs, brains, and the stakes of consciousness, and Daughter (Jaded Ibis, May 2011). She also has several chapbooks: Red Trees, Fried Chicken Dinner (Parrot/Insert Press, September 2012), and The Other Worlds (Eohippus Labs, June 2012). Her newest project, Damnation, inspired by the films of Bela Tarr, is forthcoming October 2013 from Penny-Ante Editions. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from CalArts and currently lives in Los Angeles where she is co-editor of the online journal [out of nothing], Reviews Editor at HTMLGIANT, and Founder/CEO of POTG Design.
- California Institute of the ArtsAdjunct Faculty, 2010 - present
- POTG DesignFounder, Chief Designer & Consultant, 2011 - present
- University of California, San DiegoAdjunct Instructor, 2013 - 2013
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