Sean Cubitt is Professor of Film and Television at Goldsmiths, University of London; Professorial Fellow of the University of Melbourne and Honorary Professor of the University of Dundee. His publications include Timeshift: On Video Culture, Videography: Video Media as Art and Culture, Digital Aesthetics, Simulation and Social Theory, The Cinema Effect and EcoMedia. His most recent publications include the co-edited collection REWIND| British Artists’ Video in the 1970s & 1980s and forthcoming anthologies on media art history and on digital light. A member of the editorial boards of leading journals dealing with media arts including Screen, Cultural Politics, Animation and MIRAJ: The Moving Image Review and Art Journal, he has published widely on video art and artists media since the 1980s. Funded research includes collaborations with Korea on video art for public screens; a history of media arts in Australia; and an archival and historic project on video art in Italy since the 1970s. He is on the board of the international network Media Art History, and is the series editor for Leonardo Books at MIT Press. His current research is on the history and philosophy of visual technologies, on media art history and on ecocriticism.