Nancy Mauro-Flude

Nancy Mauro-Flude is an artist and theorist. Administrator of a home-brewed feminist web server, she leads the nascent Holistic Computing Network and practices experiential pedagogy in her role as coordinator Emerging Digital/Media Cultures, Bachelor of Design (Digital Media), College of Design and Social Context @RMIT University. Mauro-Flude’s research contributes to the interdisciplinary space of feminist science and technology studies, computer subculture and performance art. Her art practice of radically intervening in public space through aesthetic application of network infrastructure, playfully and critically experiments with signal transmission in order to draw upon contested knowledges and advance broader understandings of emergent technologies as they arise as key actors in our embodied life.


This website is hosted on a feminist server, coordinates 42°S 147°E.

This server rests on the unceded lands of the Muwinina people. We pay respect to their elders past and present, and recognise Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the ongoing custodians of Lutruwita/Tasmania.