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As a practicing artist, emerging scholar and ecofeminist, I contemplate how new technologies, humanity and environment can engage, collaborate and connect to each other through more-than-human shared spaces of temporality. I define environment as everything that surrounds us,

energy, plants, animals, air, water, land, fire, light, spirituality, dreams, stories, bodies, matter, sound, frequencies, politics, literature and culture.


I am currently living in Nelson on the unceded traditional territory of the sn̓ʕay̓ckstx, Sinixt Arrow Lakes and the Yaqan Nukij Lower Kootenay Band peoples. This region holds five generations of my family’s experience as settlers and my research delves into this history from a place of curiosity with the landscape; co-composing with objects; extraction and surveillance technologies; and site-specific feminist engagements along the Columbia Basin region and beyond.

Following a rich genealogy of feminist knowledge production, my work meshes academic and non-academic sources with intersectional and ecological perspectives, to generate a broader conversation within the canon of feminist media art,

celebrating conscious and unconscious moments and the vulnerable spaces of the in-between in which art, performance and life overlap.



website by Deanna Peters/Mutable Subject in Cargo Collective

Mark