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Dr. Nea Ehrlich is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Arts at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel. She completed her PhD in the Department of Art History at the University of Edinburgh and was a Polonsky postdoctoral fellow at The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. She is the author of articles on realism, serious games, animation and documentary. Her research appears in Animation: an Interdisciplinary Journal, Studies in Documentary Film and Visual Resources, she is co-editor of Drawn from Life, the 2018 anthology about animated documentaries published by Edinburgh University Press. Her book, Animating Truth, on animated documentary and the virtualization of culture in the 21st century was published in 2021 by Edinburgh University Press. Her work lies at the intersection of Art History, Film Studies, Animation, Digital Media Theory, Gaming and Epistemology. She is currently working on a project on art and robotics, focusing on AI and machine vision with a grant from The State of Israel's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST).  


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