Lisa Zaher is the UChicago Arts Conservation Research Fellow and a lecturer in the Department of Art History, Theory and Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her research and teaching focus on twentieth-century art and the history, theory and historiography of photographic media (construed broadly). She has recently programmed several film screenings celebrating the re-installation of Wolf Vostell’s Concrete Traffic (1970), along with a 16mm film installation of Patrick Clancy’s peliculas (1979/2016). She is finishing a manuscript entitled, Hollis Frampton: Modernism as Image, and is co-editing with Christine Mehring, Vostell Concrete (forthcoming from The University of Chicago Press). An edited collection on the work of the American multi-media artist, Patrick Clancy, is also underway.