Lucinda Strahan is a writer, researcher and teacher with an ongoing interest in nonfiction writing, visual languages and hybrid forms. She has published extensively on visual art and culture in Australian newspapers, magazines and arts journals and her experimental literary-visual works have appeared in both literary and visual arts contexts internationally. She lives in Melbourne, Australia where she is a faculty member in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University, and a researcher in the nonfiction/Lab.
During her residency at Grey Projects, Lucinda will be working on an experimental literary-visual autobiography about anxiety, writing and the body that falls in between the categories of essay, poetry and portraiture. Additionally, she will also be preparing for the NonfictionNow Conference in Reykjavic, Iceland where she will chair a panel on the topic ‘Essaying the Literary Visual: Between Word and Image’.