Lee Kwang-suk is actively involved in research, review, writing, and field work with a skeptical interest in where technology, society, and cultural arts come together. He received his PhD in Radio, Television & Film from the University of Texas at Austin, US, and currently works as a professor for digital cultural policies at Graduate School for IT Policy at Seoul National University of Science and Technology. Currently, he serves as a policy member at Cultural Action, and writes a column in the Kyunghyang Shinmun. His main research areas span across technological and cultural studies, media and art activism, platform and commons, and the culture of critical production. His books include Art of Data Society, Data Society Review, New Art Activism, Cyvantgarde, Digital Barbarism, and Rooftop Artistic Note. Some of his project publications include Impure Technology, Crossroads for Modern Technology and Media Philosophy, and Playing with Objects.