Lilian Kroth is currently working on her PhD project on Michel Serres’s philosophy of limits at the French Department, University of Cambridge. She is one of the organizers of the transdisciplinary CRASSH research network “Remote Sensing. Ice, Instruments, Imagination” (starting in October 2022). She is associated to the research group “Critical thinking in the plural” the Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin. Prior to that, she has studied Philosophy at the University of Vienna (BA, MA) and Drawing at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, and contributed to group exhibitions (e.g. WE COULD ALSO BE SILENT with Elisabeth Wildling and Veronika Mayer, 2018; WHISK with Stefanie Hintersteiner, 2019; BAU2–6, Plan D, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, 2020.) She teaches and writes on different topics related to critical theory, philosophy of science and art.
- University of Cambridge