Posts by: "Noura Wedell"
Noura Wedell is a writer, scholar, translator, and an editor for Semiotext(e). Her research centers on contemporary writing and visual art with a focus on questions surrounding language, materiality, and politics. She had edited a book on writing in the work of Robert Morris (Investigations: the Expanded Field of Writing in the Works of Robert Morris), and has translated six books, among which are theoretical texts by Toni Negri and Guy Hocquenguem, and two autobiographical narratives by Pierre Guyotat. She has written a book of poetry, Odd Directions, that replays 1970s conceptualist investigations of space and meaning. She received a Ph.D. in comparative literature from Columbia University, spent four years as assistant director of a research center in poetics at the ENS Lyon, France, and is currently adjunct faculty at the Roski School of Art and Design at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.