| Leonardo/ISASTwith Arizona State University

Nancy Mauro-Flude

Reserach Fellowat Institute of Network Cultures
South Hobart,
Focus area: Art History, Biology, Body, Self, Computer Science, Engineering, Dance, Choreography, Environmental Art, Eco Art, Land Art, Fabrication, Maker Art, Materials, Textiles Engineering, Medicine, Physiology, Heath, Net Art, Performance Art, Theater Studies, Telepresence, Writing, Literature, Poetry

Nancy Mauro-Flude is a performance artist and theorist. Her experiential pedagogy and artistic research focus on core questions relating to machine learning, embodied cognition, and ecological systems theory. Research Fellow at the Institute of Network Cultures and leader of the ‘Engineering Flora Fiction and Data Fauna’ studio, at the College of Design and Social Context, RMIT University.

Nancy devises projects that demonstrate how transdisciplinary methods and artistic practice can establish a dynamic conversation about the interaction between local cultures and decision-making infrastructures, based on complexity, relevance, and situational urgency. Founder of Desponias Media Coven, a feminist led web server and digital atelier, her contributions comprise of performance art making, curating, citizen science enquiry and scholarly writing.


Journal Articles:
Special Section of Leonardo Transactions: Live Interfaces

Paraphernalia: A Design Approach for Electronic-Performance Tools

June 2015