Mathew Arthur is a designer, maker, and feminist technoscience theorist from Vancouver, Canada. His work knots together critical Indigenous studies and multispecies health: looking to compost as a figure of messy knowledge production, walking urban alleyways attuned to smart city logics or habits of care and repair, and fermenting and DIY perfuming to reimagine the colonial sensorium. He is the cofounder of Capacious: Journal for Emerging Affect Inquiry and Imbricate! Press (an open access affect studies imprint) and chairs Westar Institute’s Seminar on Human Futures. His work has been published in Fieldsights, Fordham University Press’ Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquia series, and Oxford Bibliographies in Literary and Critical Theory. His first book, Doing Multispecies Theology: Making Stories for Broken Worlds is forthcoming with Punctum.