Nat Muller (NL) is a free-lance writer, curator, critic, organiser and food performance artist. She holds an MA in Queer and Gender Theory from Sussex University (UK), and has recently completed a two-year research term at the Theory Department of the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht (NL), where she focused on the creation of new public context for technological art.
Nat has published articles in off- and online media,and has given presentations on the subject of media technology and art (inter)nationally.
Her main interests include: human computer interaction; food and social communication; technology and intimacy, strategies for trans-disciplinary collaborations, the intersections of aesthetics, technology and politics; (new) media and art in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Nat is primarily interested in viewing social and political processes through a cultural/artistic lens. Her most recent projects include The Trans_European Picnic: The Art and Media of Accession in collaboration with V2 and kuda.org, and the curatorial research project Xeno_Tech in collaboration with Deanna Herst. Nat is part of the curatorial team for DEAF04.