My name is Hannah Kaya, and I’m thrilled to be joining this team of generous thinkers as Data Administrator. I’m an interdisciplinary writer, researcher, and organizer: the kind of academic misfit, I now realize, that tends to be drawn into TMI’s orbit. I hold a B.A. in Western Civilization from Concordia University. My artistic and academic research attempts to contend with system collapse across interpersonal, political, aesthetic, and ecological registers, with a specific focus on literary collaborations across human/vegetal divides. I facilitate artist/thinker residencies through the School of Making Thinking, and am a core member of the Relational Experiments Guild. My work has been programmed internationally at festivals and group exhibitions including: STREAMS (Stockholm), Performance Studies International (Rijeka), Summerworks (Toronto), the Hemispheric Institute’s Encuentro (Mexico), Studio XX’s htmelles (Montreal), among others. I knit, play cello, and try to find ways to collaborate with plants.