Electronic and Time-Based Art
Patti and Rusty Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts, Purdue University
Lisa Banu joins the College of Liberal Arts as an assistant professor after serving as a teaching fellow at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts in New York. Banu received her PhD in philosophy in 2006 from The New School for Social Research. She earned her bachelor of architecture from University of Houston in 1995 and her MA in interdisciplinary studies from George Mason University four years later.
Banu won a dissertation fellowship in 2005 from the New School for Social Research and is investigating underlying philosophical principles that may allow cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural critical dialogue in design disciplines. Her interests include aesthetics, art theory and criticism, architecture and design theory, and art and design in South Asia.