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Maria Eugenia Dominguez is a self-proclaimed artivist, researcher and transdisciplinary designer. Using her experience creating visual media for non-profit organizations, and applying design-led research to humanize emerging technologies, Maria endeavors to generate alternative futures that set in motion the change needed to shift our current day systems.

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Anjali Nair designs in polyphony, informed by research into urban ecologies, sound culture, and power dynamics. A transdisciplinary creative with a critical ear, she draws from her background in music cognition, sound engineering, and media design to create sonic storytelling experiences that orient us towards more equitable and poetic futures.

Anjali Nair

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Hannah Rose Fox is an artist, designer and researcher exploring relationships as a nexus of opportunity for more just systems. Her practice draws on work experience in community placemaking and social entrepreneurship, as well as lived experience being a queer third-culture kid in relationship(s). A believer in successfully doing many things at once, she employs transdisciplinary medium in her work that range from writing to performance to cake.

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Miriam Young is a wordsmith and researcher who thinks of writing as designing. She experiments with forms and fictions to dismantle default thinking and dusty notions. Her research questions why humans struggle to relate with other creatures and how we, as planetary roommates, might unearth alternative ways of living together.

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The Sousrealists are a creative research collective on a quest to unpack what lies underneath, unquestioned. As relationship ecologists, we question and subvert the default ways humans relate with ourselves, each other, and fellow lifeforms. By considering the minutiae of our interactions more closely, we can surface the maladaptive value systems and deep-seated assumptions embedded within them. 

 

Through our experiments in performance, multisensorial making, and publishing, we co-create and curate knowledge that prefigures different ways of being together. Our forthcoming publication, the almanac of alterity-attunement weaves together our creative practices and key influences.