Dr Aline Guillermet received her PhD in Art History and Theory from the University of Essex in 2015. Her research interests include postwar German art, the impact of technology on contemporary painting, and digital art. Her postdoctoral research considers the impact of digital technologies on painting since the 1960s. Aline recently completed a monograph on Gerhard Richter, which considers his subversion of canonical painterly genres from the perspective of science and technology.
Aline teaches and lectures in the Department of History of Art and at the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), University of Cambridge.
Aline has held a Helena Rubinstein Fellowship in Critical Studies at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York (2012-13) and a Teaching Fellowship at the University of Essex (2015-16). In 2017-2019, she co-convened the Digital Art Research Network at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge.