I am especially interested in different forms of relationality beyond western humanism. That is, to explore different ethics relationships Somewhere along the many entanglements of matter and meaning. I look towards bioart has the possibility to re-think the human-non human binary.
Holding undergraduate degrees in Art History and Philosophy, in 2017, I graduated from my Research Masters in Cultural Analysis at the University of Amsterdam with a thesis on female sexual desire and a feminist critique of biopower and the relation to concepts as 'nature', 'health' and 'medicine'.
My research interests include feminist cultural studies of technoscience, relationality, the use of the concept of nature and ethics of desire.