Juliana Fadil-Luchkiw is an artist and MA candidate at NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study working towards speculative fabulations that travel through time. She is one half of nadahada, an artistic collaboration that seeks to evoke specters of deviance and abject beings by relating to memory, trauma, migration, and (de)colonization–drawing constellations of queer forms of knowledge production that reverberate the repressed with text, performance, video, collage, and installation. She has performed and exhibited widely with nadahada, including nationally at MoCA North Miami, Icebox Project Space, Gallatin Gallery, Kimmel Galleries at NYU, Parsons School of Design, and internationally at Galeria Cosmiko and Residencia Corazón in La Plata, Argentina. She has a BFA from Parsons School of Design and a BA from Eugene Lang College, both at The New School.
Andrea Miranda Pestana received her bachelor’s degree in History from the Universidad de Cartagena, Colombia. In 2012 and 2013 she received The Young Research Scholarship granted by the Colombian National Science System (COLCIENCIAS). In 2016 she obtained her Master Degree in Management and Cultural Heritage Preservation from the Universidad de Panamá. Her research interests include race, politics, Caribbean studies and the history of education.