Mr. Nicolas Lambouris
Assistant Professor

Mr. Nicolas Lambouris

Arts and Communication
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Short CV
Nicolas Lambouris is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Arts & Communication at Frederick University and Lab founder-coordinator of Unit [Arts, Media & Visual Studies Center], teaching New Media, Image & Display, Photographic Design, Styling & Image Making and Advertising, both in the Graduate and Undergraduate Programs of the Department. He holds an MA in Photography from Kent Institute of Art & Design, University of Kent (UK), a BA in Studio Art and a BA in Media Studies from Queens College, City University of New York (USA). Lambouris is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Photography & Theory [IAPT], a Research Associate of the Cultural Studies and Contemporary Arts Lab (CSCA Lab) and a founding member of the Cyprus Semiotic Association (CSA). His research interests include contemporary photographic practices, photographic archives, communication and digital media, and focuses on visual culture issues pertaining to the assimilation and dissemination of the photographic image. He has participated in a number of conferences dedicated to the interdisciplinary and critical study of photography and visual culture, and has text contributions in the scholarly journal Photographies. Lambouris’ work, primarily photographic and time-based media, has been exhibited locally and internationally, it is part of private and state art collections and has been published by IAPT Press, La Fabrica, and Yard Press.
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