Dr Lizzie Muller is a curator and writer specialising in interaction, audience experience and interdisciplinary collaboration. She is a Chief Investigator on the ARC Linkage funded project Curating Third Space: The Value of Art-Science Collaborations. She is co-investigator (with Dr Caroline Langill, OCAD University) on two SSHRC funded research projects: The Living Effect, investigating the notion of “aliveness” in media art objects, and Curating Lively Objects: Postdisciplinary Perspectives on Media Art Exhibition.
Lizzie’s current and recent curatorial projects include A Working Model of the World at UNSW Galleries, Sydney and the Sheila C Johnson Design Centre, New York, with Holly Williams (2017), Lively Objects at the Museum of Vancouver, curated with Caroline Langill (2015), Awfully Wonderful: Science Fiction in Contemporary Art curated with Bec Dean at Sydney’s Performance Space (2011).
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How does this work contribute to Seeing Science Differently?
The visual matrix is a new method from social sciences that helps us see how art-science experiences impact audiences and the new, complex emergent knowledge that arises from these experiences.