I am a musicologist (MA) and an economist (M. Sc. Econ.) specialised in the study of arts, communications and intellectual property.
Currently, I am interested in socio-political effects of technology on creative and cultural sectors, the ethics and aesthetics of creative-AI, copyright applied to art, and the narratives of creativity.
My interdisciplinary PhD project focuses on artificial intelligence and its unfolding social, ethical and legal implications on artist communities. The project is a part of the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society.
I supervise Masters thesis projects on topics related to creative-AI, arts and media, and AI ethics.
Previously, I have researched topics at the crossroads of music semiotics and music psychology, studying music listeners' visual imagery and experienced musical meanings. I have also worked extensively in artist advocacy, cultural diplomacy, and music copyright management in the USA and in Germany.