RMIT University

Dr. Nancy Mauro-Flude is an artist, digital caretaker and educator raised in lutruwita/Tasmania. Her experiential pedagogy and artistic research seek to disrupt normative exchanges, exposing technology’s inner workings to describe interrelationships encompassing devices, bodies, agents, forces and networks; attending to excluded bodies and neglected materials, such as the minerals mined from unceded lands that make up the alloys and copper wiring. She lectures in computing arts and is a nominated Digital Ethnography Research Centre member at RMIT University. Nancy’s recent essays include ‘The Thorny Conversation about Art and Economy’ (2023) Intellect Press; ‘Computabilities Dancing’ (2023) Leonardo, MIT; ‘Towards a Feminist Server Stack’ (2022) CoDesign International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts, ‘Writing the Feminist Internet’ (2022) Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. She is a research fellow of the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam.

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