Anja Bock, PhD, is a contemporary art historian and critic based in Montreal. Her research focuses on the spatial turn in visual art since 1960, with an emphasis on immersion, subjectivity, sculpture and curatorial intervention. Her doctoral dissertation, The Crossover of New Media Immersion and Site-Specificity: Contemporary Art and Spatial Experience, addressed the influence of new-media on installation art. Published writings can be found in national and international periodicals, including Canadian Art, Border Crossings, CV Photo, Prefix Photo, Esse arts + opinions, and Art Papers. Anja Bock teaches part time at McGill and Concordia University in the department of Art History.
Title bar image: installation view of With a Probability of Being Seen: Dorothee and Konrad Fischer: Archive of an Attitude, MACBA 2010 (photo by Kaspar Fischer).