Gunalan Nadarajan is an art theorist / curator based in Singapore. His publications include a book, Ambulations (2000) and many catalogue essays and academic articles, including most recently a chapter, "Ornamental Biotechnology and Parergonal Aesthetics", in Biotechnology, Art and Culture by MIT Press (2004). He is also corresponding editor / writer to several international journals including Contemporary (UK) and Flash Art (Europe). He curated many international exhibitions, most notably Ambulations (1999), Cyberarts: Intersections of Art and Technology (2001), 180kg (Jogjakarta, 2002), TOYS (2003) and INTERFACES (2004). He was also contributing curator for Documenta XI, Kassel (Germany) in 2002, and Mediacity 2002, a new media art biennial in Seoul (S. Korea). Gunalan is one of the Board of Directors of the Inter Society for the Electronic Arts, an international new media arts organization. As Dean of Research and Creative Industries at the LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts, Gunalan is involved in several ongoing research projects in art and biology, phytodynamics, robotic arts, toys, ambient intelligence, nano-fabrication, smart clothing and gaming.