Nathalie Dietschy (PhD) is tenure-track assistant professor at the Department of Art History at the University of Lausanne.
Specialized in contemporary art, her research focuses on photography from a cultural perspective. Her interests include the representations of Christian themes in contemporary art and photography, the history of photobooks and artists books, and the impact of digital technologies, as well as the relationship between contemporary art, photography and digital culture. Her current research focuses on image generation (GAN, etc.) and the notions of uniqueness and replica in contemporary art (post-internet).
She has worked as an associate curator at the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography (FEP) and has collaborated as an art critic with the Swiss public radio station (RTS).