Danica Maier is an American born artist and academic currently living and working in Lincolnshire. Her practice focuses on the unrepeating repeat, material processes, transposition, conflating expectations, and how an audience looks/listens; as well as the dialogical nature of collaborative projects that foster independent artworks alongside wider group outcomes. Maier’s work uses site-specific installations, drawing, and objects to explore expectations, while using subtle slippages to transgress propriety. Recent exhibition and live events includes: Score: Mechanical Asynchronicity, The Space at Nottingham Contemporary, (with Martin Scheuregger), Nottingham; Associated Thoughts on Line, as part of the Convocation: On Expanded Language-Based Practices within the Research Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale; re-turning, AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent; Bummock: Tennyson Research Centre at the Collection Museum, Lincoln.  Maier is also an Associate Professor in Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University, where she supervises Phd candidates.