Nancy Mauro-Flude

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Nancy Mauro-Flude is an artist and theorist driven by the demystification of technology, and the ‘mystification’ that lie in and through the performance of the machinic assemblage. Her research grapples with the talismanic logics of island cultures. Media experimentation and pedagogy form the basis of her work where the computer is approached as a theatre machine. Under various pseudonyms she actively works to fuse radical forms of open culture by introducing experimental pedagogy with a particular focus upon relatively conservative and weakly networked regions. "...Gray magics, hijackings, driftings and seizures of power the sensitive and subversive subterfuges by which she urges, twists and explores the aesthetic politic of the open source spirit" (Anne Goldenberg, 2013) ".dpi feminist journal of art and digital culture."

Alumni of Piet Zwart Institute.

She leads post-digital HCI aesthetics studio School of Design at RMIT Melbourne.

Founder of Desponias Critical Media Coven and long term member of the Genderchangers home brewed since 1998, working to actively change the ‘gender’ of technology. Involves projects such as: systerserver, Eclectic Tech Carnival.

Selected projects
Selected Curatorial work
Selected publications
  • Mauro-Flude, Nancy (2019), "Performing The Internet", Post Digital Folklore, Digital Humanities and Scholarly Research Trends in the Asia-Pacific, Pen:IGI-Global.
  • Mauro-Flude, Nancy (2016) "Divine Trash Strata", Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts Issue 2, University of Melbourne.


Selected interviews
  • Alana Hunt, Activating the textures of Post-Digital Aesthetics A conversation with Nancy Mauro-Flude, Tom Penney [1], 28 February 2019.
  • Ragna Rök Jóns, Is the 4th wave of feminism digital? [2], August 19, 2013.


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