Nat Muller is an independent curator and critic based between Rotterdam and the Middle East. Her main interests include: the intersections of aesthetics, media and politics; media art and contemporary art in and from the Middle East. She has held staff positions at V2_ Institute for Unstable Media in Rotterdam and De Balie, Centre for Arts and Politics in Amsterdam. She is a regular contributor for Springerin, MetropolisM and her work has been published in Bidoun, Art Asia Pacific, Art Papers, Majalla, Daily Star and Harper’s Bazaar. She has curated video screenings for projects and festivals in a.o. Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Berlin, New York, Istanbul, Copenhagen, Grimstad, Lugano, Dubai, Cairo and Beirut. With Alessandro Ludovico she edited the Mag.net Reader2: Between Paper and Pixel (2007), and Mag.net Reader3: Processual Publishing, Actual Gestures (2009), based on a series of debates organized at Documenta XII. She has taught at the Willem de Kooning Academy (NL), ALBA (Beirut), the Lebanese American University (Beirut), A.U.D. in Dubai (UAE), and the Rietveld Academy (NL). She has served as an advisor on Euro-Med collaborations for the European Cultural Foundation (ECF), the EU, and as an advisor on e-culture for the Dutch Ministry of Culture. She is currently working on her first book for the Institute of Network Cultures and Nai Publishers. She serves on the advisory board of the Palestinian website project Artterritories (Ramallah), the arts organisation TENT (Rotterdam), seats in the selection committee of the Mondriaan Fund (NL), The Netherlands largest fund for arts&culture, and has served on the fine arts committee for the Dutch City of Utrecht. In 2012 she curated Spectral Imprints for the Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2012. Nat Muller is a nominator for the prestigious 2012 Jameel Art Prize, and most recently was a speaker on BBC World's award-winning programme The Doha Debates.