Ida Bencke holds an MA in Comparative Literature. Her curatorial work spans experimental exhibition formats, interdisciplinary methodologies and speculative feminist aesthetics. Her recent projects explore domestic resistance politics, the decolonization of technology, multispecies storytelling, and insurgent m/otherhood within the reproductive regimes of necropatriarchy. Research interests include radical practices of collectivity and generosity, mourning and pleasure, rest and resistance. She is co-founder of the Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology.
Website Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology : labae.org