nadahada is the collaboration between Juliana Fadil-Luchkiw and María Paz Valenzuela. It synchronously emerged from an undergraduate class in 2014 at The New School in NYC. Their work pieces together a trans-feminist, queer migrant eco-collage through an interdisciplinary process that performs non-surgical forms of cultural castration with digital technologies, trash, and yarn. To encounter worlds within worlds, they work in a multitude of mediums, including text, performance, video, sound, collage, interactive creatures and an-architecture, with the intention of queering power structures and rupturing established systems through material and virtual fragmentation and (re)assemblage.
Agnes Denes • Ismail Ferdous • Gideon Mendel • Civic Laboratory for Environmental Action Research (CLEAR), Max Liboiron, Director • Mark Read and Grayson Earle • Louise Harpman, Architecture and Urban Design LAB 2017 sponsored by Global Design NYU • Mary Mattingly • nadahada •The Yes Men