Danielle-Maria Admiss is an Iranian-English curator, researcher and writer based in Edinburgh.
Her work investigates how dominant and neoliberal narratives about science, technology and ecology exclude various social and material entanglements and lived experiences. She works with various communities to expose these complex relations and open up space for new pathways towards more equitable and interdependent futures.
Admiss is currently a Stanley Picker Fellow between Stanley Picker Gallery and Kingston University, where she is working to create a collective, holistic and just socio-energy transition plan for the gallery. She is a curator a transmediale for refusal 2021–22 and teaches design theory and criticism at NCAD, Dublin.
She has worked across the UK, EU and internationally in India and Hong Kong. She holds a PhD in Curatorial Practice and Worldbuilding (2019). It was undertaken with an AHRC funded studentship.