Elizabeth Gallón Droste
(Bogota, Colombia, 1991) Multimodal ~ artistic researcher. She approaches relational more-than-human ontologies in landscapes in crisis, focusing on actions and potentialities of re-existence, through experiences, daily practices, memories, and affections. She is part of several networks and projects (Sinfonía Trópico, Klima/Krisis/Klitoris, entre moléculas) that revolve around art, science, and technology, approaching the collective and attentive listening of entanglements through sensorial~relational attunements, in key of other possible worlds. She holds an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Latin American Studies from the Freie Universität Berlin and a B.A. in Culture and Media Studies from the Bauhaus University in Weimar. She is currently a PhD candidate in anthropology at the International Graduate School 'Temporalities of the Future' at the Freie Universität Berlin, where she is navigating the process of voicing~listening to rivers. Among herr most recent processes and group exhibitions are: Navigating the Patchy Anthropocene (Ars Electronica, 2022); Imagine the Ocean Dry as Lavender (TBA21 academy, 2022); composting slow violence (documenta 15, 2022); The Driving Factor (ngbka, 2022).