Mira Asriningtyas (b.1986) works as an independent curator and art writer in Yogyakarta- Indonesia. She was a fellow of De Appel Curatorial Program 2016/2017 at De Appel Art Center - Amsterdam and RAW Academie 6: CURA at RAW Material Company - Dakar. Mira is especially interested in working on site-specific and multidisciplinary projects within the practice of everyday life. Some of her projects are “Poetry of Space” (Jakarta & Yogyakarta, 2014); “Fine (Art) Dining” (Lir Space – Yogyakarta, 2016); “Goodluck, See You After The Revolution” (UVA – Amsterdam, 2017) ; “Why is Everybody Being So Nice?” (De Appel Art Center and Stedelijk Museum – Amsterdam, 2017); and "Coming Soon" (exhibition and publication at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo - Turin, 2018) among others. 

In 2011, together with artist Dito Yuwono, they co-founded an independent art space with an aim to build a supportive and positive environment for young artist- LIR Space; focusing on laboratory platform as alternative education and research-based art projects. In 2019, they decided to work in a nomadic form and fully turn into LIR curator-artist collective. LIR produce temporary exhibitions, platforms, exchange programs, curatorial projects, site-specific and artistic works in different venues, institutions, and off spaces. Since 2017 they have been working on a long-term biannual site-specific project "900mdpl" in Kaliurang, a resort village under an active volcano (Mt.Merapi) in Yogyakarta - Indonesia as an attempt to archive the space, memory, as well as the history of the place and the people.