Graduate Student, PhD Program
Storytelling, Smartphones, Speculative Design, Architectural Space, Urban Studies, Immersive Environments, Forensic Architecture, Critical Geographies, Digital Mapping, Multimedia Storytelling, Desire, Consumption, Eroticism and Sexuality, Feminist and Queer Theory, Augmented Reality
Education and Training:
M.A in Media Studies, Pratt Institute, New York, US
MSc in Architecture Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Marilia Kaisar is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Film and Digital Media with a designated emphases in History of Art and Visual Culture. Her experimental practice uses affect theory and a feminist perspective to explore intersections of media, technology, and desire, using the body as the nexus point. She holds an MA in Media Studies from Pratt Institute and a Diploma in Architectural Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.