Dr Aleksandra Łukaszewicz Alcaraz is a specialist in philosophical aesthetics and cultural & artistic theory, presenting an interdisciplinary approach that combines elements of aesthetic and social reflection with the analysis of artistic phenomena. She publishes scientific, journalistic and literary texts; and analyses artistic and social events in Polish and foreign magazines. She is a member of the editorial board of the scientific journal “New Critique” (Nowa Krytyka), ESPES I Medialica, as well as the Polish Phenomenological Society, the Polish Society for the Philosophy of Technology and the Vice President of the Polish Aesthetic Society; Assistant Professor at the Contemporary Literary and Artistic Culture Unit of IKE PUNO, director of Mediateka (2011-2015); Head of the Department of History and Art Theory of the Faculty of Painting and New Media at the Academy of Art in Szczecin (2012-2016), now an assistant professor there. She is participant of numerous conferences in Poland and abroad, she is devoted to scientific, artistic and social issues. She is author of the book Epistemological role of the photographic image. Towards epistemology as if and subject as if, she received an award in the Stefan Morawski competition for the best thesis in the field of aesthetics in 2012. (SCHOLAR Scientific Publishing House, Warsaw 2013), and the monograph Cyborg Persons or Selves (Scientific Publishing House of the Faculty of Painting and New Media of the Academy of Art in Szczecin, Szczecin 2019). She is a co-editor of books on art, visual communication and social issues. She has won numerous grants and coordinated projects such as TICASS (Technologies of Imagining in Communication, Art and Social Sciences) and TPAAE (Transcultural Perspectives in Art and Artistic Education) within MSCA-RISE H2020.