Imayna Caceres is an artist-researcher who engages with forms of knowledge that exceed and include modernity, and their experience with modes of being in the world. They are related to Peru and Austria. They are interested in the spiritual-political making of communities in more-than-human worlds, and my work takes place through writing, drawing, video, collective rituals and relational practices. They are a candidate for the philosophy doctorate at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
Learning from the neighbor species that make us
On how establishing personal and collective links with bodies of water, plants, lichen, soils, and others, can contribute to a sense of belonging, amidst the uprooting of non-citizenship and migration; and other approaches for living and developing shared meaning beyond the structures of accumulation and exploitation.