Nat Muller (NL)

Is an independent curator and critic based in Rotterdam. Her main interests include: the intersections of aesthetics, technology and politics; (new) media and art in Middle East. She has published articles in off- and online media, and has given presentations on the subject of media technology and art (inter)nationally. Her latest projects in 2004 include The Trans_European Picnic -- The Art and Media of Accession (Novi Sad), DEAF_04: Affective Turbulence: The Art of Open Systems (Rotterdam); INFRA_ctures (Rotterdam), Xeno_Sonic: a series of experimental sound performances from the Middle East (Amsterdam), and she has curated many video screening programs in a.o. Berlin, New York, Istanbul, Copenhagen and Beirut. Together with Bart Rutten she has been appointed curator of Re:visie, the exhibition accompanying the Dutch Film Festival. She is co-initiator of the Upgrade! Amsterdam, and has taught at the Willem de Kooning Academy (NL) and at the Lebanese American University in Beirut (LB).