Principal Curator, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
Matthew Connell is currently the Principal Curator at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS). He started at MAAS in 1991 as the Curator of Computing and Mathematics. Since then he has curated exhibitions relating to computing history, AI, Logic, Robotics, Interface Design, Media Arts, Digital Preservation, Gambling in Australia and Digital Manufacturing Technologies. His collecting, research and publishing cover calculating and computing histories, the history of mathematics, logic, innovation, interaction design, digital manufacturing, interdisciplinary curatorship and museology. He is an Adjunct Professor with the iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research at UNSW.
Science storytelling and detective work in Museums (Presenter)