Linda Knight

Linda specialises in critical and speculative arts and draws on 40 years of social art practice to create transdisciplinary projects. Current work, such as the Guerrilla Knowledge Unit co-founded with Jacina Leong curates interface jamming performances between the mediated body and AI technologies to explore children’s civics and citizenship.

Linda is currently CI on an ARC Discovery project into tangible embodied interface technologies, exploring design considerations for enabling young children’s play.  

Linda’ practice-led research devised Inefficient Mapping for projects informed by post- theories. Linda’s methodology is used internationally; including Dis.assembly, Canada, a neurodiversity social art practice lab. Linda is currently developing inefficient mapping digital resources with NGV Australia / International for use by visitors living with disabilities. 

Linda is Director, Mapping Future Imaginaries research network  an international group of academics, designers, artists, and industry specialists who undertake projects focused on our future lives and the world.