Dr Marcia Nancy Mauro-Flude
Dr Nancy Mauro Flude's is an experienced researcher and educator in non-deterministic human computer interaction, in the Bachelor of Design (Digital Media) Program.
Coordinator - Media Cultures and Emerging Digital Cultures
Studio lead - Post Digital Culture, Aesthetics Human Computer Interaction
- 2014 Ph.D., University of Tasmania (Supervision Dr Bill Hart, Research Prof. Matthew Fuller)
- 2008 Honorary Researcher, Slade School, University College London
- 2007 M.A., Media Design, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam University of Applied Science, The Netherlands (Supervision Prof. Matthew Fuller, Prof Florian Cramer)
- 2004 MFA., DasArts Advanced Research Institute for Performing Arts, Amsterdam School of Art, The Netherlands (Supervision Fiona Tan, Kristina Anderson)
- 2001 Advanced Clinical Training., Dance-Movement Therapy, Somatic Movement Institute, Amsterdam (Supervisor Phoebe Neville)
- 2000 B.A., Hons. 1st Class (1:1) Performance Studies, University of Sydney, Australia (Supervisor Dr J Lowell Lewis)
Over the last five years Dr Mauro-Flude has presented major solo and collaborative exhibitions globally. Dr Mauro-Flude represented Australia at the 2nd Beijing Media Arts Biennale (BMAB) at CAFA Art Museum, China (2018). Her work has also featured at the Museum of New and Old Art (MONA) Tasmania (2014-6); Contemporary Art Tasmania (CAT) (2014- 2016); Transmediale festival for Art and Digital Culture Berlin (2014-6); 10 days on the Island, Tasmania (2017); EyeBeam, New York (2016); ArtScience Museum Singapore (2017); National Gallery Singapore (2017); and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Melbourne (2018) among other venues.
Dr Mauro-Flude is invited to deliver numerous public lectures and conference papers both nationally and internationally. This includes symposium addresses on data driven performance at Is Big Data a New Medium?, LaSalle College for Arts Singapore (2018); Radical Networks, Eye Beam, NY (2016-7); Postcolonial Mediations, Amsterdam University; Project Anywhere, School of Art, Media, and Technology at Parsons School of Design, The New School, New York, NY; (2018) Energies and the Arts Conference, National Institute for Experimental Arts (2015), and on the Arts Daily on ABC Radio National, and The Mix on ABC TV1 (2016). She was a member of Science, Technology & Society Research Cluster, Asia Research Institute (2016-2018)
External advisor for the Digital Design programme Victoria University, and the Integrated Digital Media Masters program, Tandon School of Engineering New York University Brooklyn, USA. She has also served as an expert peer reviewer assessing Australia Council for the Arts funding rounds (2015-18) and was appointed by the Tasmanian Government, Department of State Growth's Cultural and Creative Industries Expert Register (2019-20) by Minister for the Arts, the Honourable Elise Archer MP for Arts Tasmania programs.
She is current mentor and Reviewer for the WEAR sustain project funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020. In 2016/7 Dr Mauro-Flude was invited to be the esteemed Art track Chair of Association of Computer Machinery (ACM) SIGCHI for the 11th Creativity and Cognition Symposium at the National Gallery Singapore - the first in Asia, showcasing international art at the intersection of performance and computer-human interaction. She co-convened this celebrated event with senior researchers from Singapore, Australia, Netherlands and USA. Since 2011, Mauro-Flude has mentored several younger artist researchers beyond the university, both formally, via the Australia Council for the Arts JUMP programme, and informally through the collaborative networks connected to artist-run organisation Desponias Critical Media Coven in which she is founding director (since 2008).
- Mauro-Flude, M.,Pollitt, J. (2023). I am_your Pyrate Dancer: Choreographic Computabilities Dancing Inside the Interstices of a Visceral World In: Leonardo, 56, 50 - 57
- Mauro-Flude, M.,Rich, K. (2023). The Thorny Question of Art and Economy In: Dystopian and Utopian Impulses in Art Making, Intellect Books, Bristol, UK; Chicago, United States
- Mauro-Flude, N. (2022). Caring about the vast non-existent horizon: cosmographic infrastructures and performances of care in twenty-first century feminist art practice In: Care Ethics and Art, Routledge, United Kingdom
- Mauro-Flude, M.,Akama, Y. (2022). A feminist server stack: co-designing feminist web servers to reimagine Internet futures In: Co-Design: International Journal of CoCreation in Design and Art, 18, 48 - 62
- Mauro-Flude, M. (2022). Decolonising Computabilities: Counter perspectives in Art and Design Pedagogy in Creative Arts (an introduction) In: Decolonising Computabilities: Counter perspectives in Art and Design Pedagogy in Creative Arts (an introduction), Melbourne , 28/10/2021 - 29/10/2021
- Mauro-Flude, M. (2022). Towards a Feminist Server Stack In: Data Farms, Low Latencies, Sydney, Australia
- Mauro-Flude, M. (2022). Asemic In: Asemic Runway Journal Issue 45 Sydney, Australia
- Mauro-Flude, M. (2022). Portfolio of 3 net art works: Performing Eco Feminist Futures In: Various: Topographies of Resistance exhibition; Critical Coding Cookbook; Future Bodies Symposium Various: Melbourne and Perth, Australia; NYU and Virginia, United States
- Mauro-Flude, M. (2021). Writing the Feminist Internet: a Chthonian Feminist Internet Theory for the twenty first century In: Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 35, 788 - 804
- Mauro-Flude, M. (2020). The Back Door to Paradise: Gambolling with the Contingencies of Promiscuous Grime In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging at the Intersections between Art, Science and Culture (Dark Eden 2020), Woolloomooloo, Sydney, Australia, 6 – 8 November 2020
4 PhD Current Supervisions and 1 Masters by Research Current Supervisions