Des Manderson is jointly appointed in the ANU Colleges of Law and of Arts & Social Sciences at the Australian National University. He directs the Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities, designing innovative interdisciplinary courses with English, philosophy, art theory and history, political theory, and beyond, as well as pursuing collaborative projects with some of Canberra’s and Australia’s leading cultural institutions. His recent work pioneers new approaches to the intersection of law and the visual arts, notably in Law and the Visual: Representations, Technologies and Critique (Toronto 2018); and Danse Macabre: Temporalities of Law in the Visual Arts (Cambridge, 2019).