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Moa Johansson's body-based practice flirts with the possibilities within limitations and balances between sculptural work, performance and live art. In the context of intersectional, ecofeminist and queer reading, Moa investigates theories concerning the body, time, space, circularity and fleshy liveness.

Aniela is a designer, researcher, and full-time sustainable fashion advocate at the University of the Arts Centre for Sustainable Fashion.    Aniela’s work is concerned with fashion as an expression of emotion. She researches fashion to express collective and individual identities, as

The class of 2020 consisted of 29 researchers with a rich global perspective. Together we formed a collaborative learning community to engage with the course and draw upon experiences in a range of fields, including design, business, dance, policy, digital entrepreneurship