Nancy Mauro-Flude is an artist and theorist who researches how we articulate the resonances and dissonances between performing arts and computer culture. 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. She is a professor in the Communications and New Media Department, National University Singapore. Founder of Miss Desponias Critical Media Salon miss-hack.org and long term member of the Genderchangers home brewed since 1998, working to actively change the ‘gender’ of technology. Involves projects such as: systerserver.net, Eclectic Tech Carnival, TacticalMagick.net, Microbites.me.
- Kendall Grady, "you will _KNOW how_ : an interview with Nancy Mauro-Flude", 31 Oct 2011.
- "Don’t mess with my settings", AM Journal of Art and Media Studies 8, 2015.