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Sadie Plant is a philosopher, author and cultural theorist teaching at the Zürcher Hochschule der Kunst, Switzerland.

Katya García-Antón is Director of the Office for Contemporary Art (OCA).

Moira Jeffrey is a writer who lives in Glasgow.

Denise Ferreira Da Silva is Professor and Director of the Social Justice Institute-GRSJ at the University of British Columbia. Her work addresses the ethico-political challenges of the global present. She is the author of Toward a Global Idea of Race ( 2007), A Dívida Impagavel (2019), Unpayable Debt (2021) and co-editor (with Paula Chakravartty) of […]

Martha Adonai Williams is a writer, grower, creative producer and community organiser based in Glasgow. Her practice departs to and returns from black feminist world-making, always, with regular layovers in front of trash tv or at the allotment.

Rowan Lear is an artist and writer, and a caretaker of Glasgow Seed Library.

Nisha Ramayya grew up in Glasgow and is currently based in London. Her collection States of the Body Produced by Love (2019) is published by Ignota Books. Recent poems and essays can be found in The Contemporary Journal, Spam Zine, and audiograft festival of experimental music and sound art.

Harvey Dimond is a British-Barbadian writer and researcher living and working between Athens and Glasgow. They work with the intersecting histories and trajectories of the climate crisis, anti-Blackness and queerphobia.   Website

Juan Donoso is a Climate Justice organizer, campaigner and writer based in Berlin. He seeks fresh dialogues between anti-capitalist movements and community building, operating “from below”, and facilitating interactions between a wide range of solidarity networks. He is a seeker of climate solutions, an adventurous of narrative strategies, and a believer of the transformative power […]

Alexandra Symons Sutcliffe is a curator and writer based in London. She is currently the archive researcher at Four Corners and the Jo Spence Memorial Library Archive at Birkbeck University, where she is also a PhD candidate working on a dissertation British documentary photography of the 1970s and ‘80s.

Annalee Davis’ hybrid practice is as a visual artist, cultural instigator, and writer. Her work sits at the intersection of biography and history, focussing on post-plantation economies by engaging with a particular landscape on Barbados. Her studio, located on a working dairy farm that operated historically as a 17thC sugarcane plantation, offers a critical context […]

Sara O’Brien is a writer based between Dublin and Glasgow.

Jessica Higgins is an artist and writer based in Glasgow. Working primarily in performance, film, sound and text, she is preoccupied with the voice and its entanglement in social infrastructures, as well as the form and question of performance.

Francis Jones is a writer and artist from Ireland, living in London. Their pamphlet sacrificial fabric was published by SPAM in 2021. They wrote a short experimental film “I Thought I Hated U, Moon Snail” in collaboration with artist Jack Hogan for the final exhibition of the Whitney ISP, New York, which was also screened at the Colloquium […]

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