Amelia Wallin is an Australian curator, cultural producer and writer currently based in New York where she is undertaking a Master of Art at the Centre for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. In 2015 Amelia was the inaugural Curator for the Australian ‘Pavilion Without Walls’ at Performa (NY) and Curator-in-Residence at Wassaic Projects (NY) where she has researched alternative curatorial models and writing practices. Amelia has worked in Sydney and New York City as a curator and artistic collaborator in roles that have centred on nurturing and facilitating experimental arts and the practice of emerging artists and activating spaces for art within civic and community frameworks. She has held positions at the Biennale of Sydney, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Performance Space, Firstdraft, Tiny Stadiums, Performing Lines and Vivid Ideas. She also makes collaborative work as Mumford, Wallin & White (formerly Friends with Deficits).