Mick Douglas is a creative practice researcher, artist, curator and writer. His work takes on hybrid forms including performance, installations, socially engaged art, creative collaboration platforms, expanded exhibition initiatives, and ficto-critical writing. Past research has explored temporary public art in relation to transport infrastructure and movement, and artforms that invoke questioning human relations with all that is other than human. His creative work has been presented in festivals and galleries internationally, including recently at MONA and the Havana Biennale. His writing is published in journals including Performance Research, JAR Journal of Artistic Research, and Architectural Theory Review, and includes the book 'tramjatra: imagining Melbourne & Kolkata by tramways' (Yoda Press / RMIT Press).
Mick currently lives and works part time on Djab Wurrung country in Western Victoria, where he is establishing a residential creative research and learning facility investigating reparative practices in the face of climate crisis.