Melanie Lenz is a London-based curator specializing in digital arts. In 2020, she curated the exhibition “Futurist Listening” by Steve Parker at Rich Mix. She is the curator of Digital Art at the Victoria & Albert Museum, where she co-curated the exhibition “Chance and Control: Art in the Age of Computers” (2018), convened the symposium “Art, Design and New Technologies for HEALTH” (2015) and curated the exhibition “Transformations: Digital Prints from the V&A” (2012).
She has published papers on early Argentine computer art (2018); women, art and technology (2014), and collecting and conserving born-digital art (2011). She is a guest lecturer at the Royal College of Art, London, and has broadcast widely on creative arts and advanced technologies. She is a juror for the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize for New Media and the Lumen Prize for Art and Technology.