A code poem
Mara Karagianni is an artist, software developer and system administrator. Their work involves computational and analogue media for publishing, print-making, python programming, making technical user manuals, and writing about the internet, FOSS and feminism.
Dispatches from the Bestiary
Fran Lock is a poet, activist, essayist, editor, and the out-going Judith E. Wilson Poetry Fellow (2022-23). The author of numerous chapbooks and ten collections, her most recent chapbook is Forever Alive (Dare-Gale Press, 2022); and recent collections are Hyena! Jackal! Dog! (Pamenar Press, 2021) and White/ Other (87 Press, 2022). She is Associate Editor at the socialist arts cooperative Culture Matters where she recently edited The Cry of the Poor: An anthology of radical writing about poverty (2021).
Camille Auer is a trans-disciplinary artist and writer. Her art practice has always been theory driven, but instead of illustrating existing theories, she uses forms ranging from sound, moving image, performance and text-based installations to contribute to theoretical discourse as modes of thinking in their own right. A common theme in her diverse body of work is the othering of trans and nonhuman bodies, such as herself or queer birds. Her work is currently supported by the Finnish Cultural Foundation.