is an urban researcher based in Berlin, who also enjoys exploring drawing as a means of dialogue, investigation and speculation. After completing her PhD at the School of Architecture and Urbanism (MOM-Lagear/UFMG, Brazil) with focus on processes of socio-spatial self-organization in urban struggles, she has been working at the intersection of academic research, socio-ecological practices and visual arts. She investigates the political and pedagogical dimensions of the collective production of urban commons and self-organized spatial practices. Among other collaborations, she is currently a member of the group Socio-Spatial Pedagogy (a transdisciplinary research collective initiated in Brazil) and of Common Grounds (Berlin, Germany).
All texts by the writer:
Everything Gardens: Working Notes Towards a Solidarity Economy by Marc Herbst and Michelle Teran (with interventions by Lígia Milagres)