Anna Gonzalez Suero is an artistic autoethnographer working in an interdisciplinary way to expand on feminist theories of gendered bodies. For her PhD thesis in Art, which was completed in 2022 at Goldsmiths, University of London, she worked with the autoethnographic method of connecting the personal to the cultural in order to explore the aesthetic dimensions of medico-technical images appearing on screens and as models, with a focus on the visual and material cultures of gynecology and obstetrics. Gonzalez Suero works on challenging fundamental ideas around images with medical origins.


PhD Thesis: "In a Quick Sketch of a Fetus." December 31, 2022.


Gonzalez Suero has published an autoethnographic essay, "The Foetus Phallus Studio," in the volume Performing the Penis: Phalluses in 21st Century Cultures, edited by Meredith Jones and Evelyn Callahan (2023, Routledge). She has a book chapter forthcoming in Medical Technology and the Social: How Medical Technology is Impacting Social Relations, Institutions, and Beliefs about What is Normal, edited by Kathryn Burrows (Lexington Books).


Recently, she presented her paper, "Representing Lived Experiences of Gender Through Autoethnography," at the University of Granada, as part of the International Summer School on Gender and Science called "His-GenderGap," organized by Prof. Dr. Maria Rentetzi (Chair of Science, Technology and Gender Studies, Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg), Prof. Dr. María Jesus Santesmases (Spanish National Research Council), and Dr. Ágata Ignaciuk (Department of Pathological Anatomy and the History of Science & Women's and Gender Studies Institute, University of Granada).