Lizzie Muller

Lizzie is a curator and writer specialising in interaction, audience experience and interdisciplinary collaboration. She is Director of the Master of Curating and Cultural Leadership, and Senior Lecturer at UNSW Art & Design. Lizzie’s research draws together curatorial practice-based research with theories and methods drawn from participatory design and interaction design. Her work with audience experience extends to the fields of preservation and archiving, particularly experiential documentation and oral histories of media art. Lizzie’s curatorial projects include Awfully Wonderful: Science Fiction in Contemporary Art curated with Bec Dean at Sydney’s Performance Space (2011); The Art of Participatory Design, with Lian Loke, a programme of creative research projects that accompanied the 2010 International Conference of Participatory Design (for which she was Art Chair), and Mirror States a major exhibition of interactive installations, curated with Kathy Cleland (Campbelltown Art Gallery, Sydney, and MIC Toi Rerehiko, Auckland, 2008).

Papers submitted to the Studies in Material Thinking Journal