Katherine Moline


Katherine Moline is an Associate Professor of Design at the School of Art and Design, UNSW. Her research focuses on the dynamics between technological and social forces in art and design with a current focus on socially engaged design and health. Katherine recently led the curatorium for the exhibition The Data Imaginary: Fears and Fantasies at Griffith University Art Museum with Angela Goddard, Amanda Hayman & Troy Casey (Blaklash Creative), and Beck Davis. This exhibition toured to Flinders University Art Museum in 2022 and will travel to ANU in 2023. Her analyses of experimental and socially engaged design are published in Undesign: Critical Practices at the Intersection of Art and Design (Routledge, 2018) and Food Democracy: Critical Lessons in Food, Communication, Design and Art (Intellect, 2017). Her innovations in research methods have been documented in Sage Research Methods Online (2022), Uncertainty and Possibility: New Approaches to Future Making in Design Anthropology (Bloomsbury, 2018) and The Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography (Routledge, 2017)

Field: Design

Institution: University of New South Wales

E-mail: k.moline@unsw.edu.au

Conference Schedule

Feminist activism, resistance, social activism, policing and politics of space, environmental activism, public activism

Title of Paper

Probing ageing with socially engaged design