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CYBERFEMINISM INDEX
by Mindy Seu

The internet is not only a network of cables, servers, and computers. It is an environment that shapes and is shaped by its inhabitants and their use. Edited by designer, professor, and researcher Mindy Seu, CYBERFEMINISM INDEX includes more than 700 short entries of radical techno-critical activism, academic articles, hackerspaces, software education, net art, and more. Both a vital introduction for laypeople and a robust resource guide for educators, CYBERFEMINISM INDEX—an anti-canon, of sorts—celebrates and makes visible cyberfeminism’s long-ignored origins and its expansive legacy.

CYBERFEMINISM INDEX is published by Inventory Press and distributed by Distributed Art Publishers and generously funded by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Rhizome, and Feral File, and is made possible in part by the Rutgers University Research Council, Pratt Institute, Pioneer Works, and Cita Press.

CYBERFEMINISM INDEX has been featured in Dazed, Document, Fast Company, Frieze, Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic, PIN-UP, and Pioneer Works’s Broadcast, among others. It was included in AIGA’s 50 Books 50 Covers and has received the Art Director’s Club (ADC) Bronze Cube for Publication Design, Type Director’s Club (TDC) Certificate for Excellence in Typography.



Foreword: Julianne Pierce of VNS Matrix
Afterword: Legacy Russell
Collections: Annie Goh, Charlotte Webb of Feminist Internet, Cornelia Sollfrank, Cyborgrrls, Helen Hester of Laboria Cuboniks, Irina Aristarkhova, Legacy Russell, Klau Chinche (Klau Kinky) of Gynepunk, Mary Maggic, Melanie Hoff of School for Poetic Computation, Neema Githere of Data Healing, Paola Ricaurte Quijano, Skawennati, VNS Matrix

Design: Laura Coombs
InDesign Scripting: Lily Healey
Editing: Andrew Scheinman
Editing Support: Eugenia Bell
Image Permissions: Danielle Wu
Image Permissions Support: Michelle Ding and Lauren Studebaker
Lithography: Marjeta Morinc
AR app: Tommy Martinez
Website Support: Angeline Meitzler



REVIEWS

Mindy Seu has gifted us the extraordinary Cyberfeminism Index, a critical demonstration of the possibilities of techno-social systems informed by feminist discourse. This index of indexes is a compelling counter-narrative to the prevailing histories of tech, and should be required reading for anyone interested in the internet.
—Safiya Umoja Noble, author of Algorithms of Oppression

This invaluable research tool will hugely expand, update, and perhaps even revolutionize the feminist discourse. It might even be considered a work of conceptual art in itself.
—Lucy R. Lippard, author of Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object from 1966 to 1972

This book served as my doorway to cyberfeminism and I now see what an energetic continent awaits me. Anywhere I stepped it burned my hair off, it’s that brilliantly intense.
—Kevin Kelly, founding editor of Wired magazine

My index finger scrolls through the pages, the years, the generations of this volume. … The Index is a structure, a register, a pointer, a trigger. The open-ended pages invite the next intervention, variants vivant of ever mutating cyberfeminism.
—Shu Lea Cheang, artist

You can use it as a reference, follow a thread, or just access it at random and it delivers wit and wisdom from over three decades of one of the most politically and intellectually challenging movements of our era. What happens between sexed flesh and gendered tech? More than ever we all need to know.
—McKenzie Wark, author of A Hacker Manifesto

This is an archive perfectly suited to its material: at ease with impermanence, richly appreciative of contradiction, and expansive in scope. Mindy Seu and her cohort of collaborators celebrate the polyrhythmic chorus of voices that have made cyberfeminist thought so delightfully difficult to define—and invite new, kaleidoscopic reinterpretations of our last three decades of life online.
—Claire L. Evans, author of Broad Band: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet

The Cyberfeminism Index celebrates, troubles, and critiques the histories and futures of struggle against networked patriarchy—from its first libidinous eruptions to tenacious tactical disruptions and mutations. For theorists and hegemony hackers alike the Index offers an inspirational and educational resource for the urgent work of glitching and decolonizing intersectional internets now.
—Ruth Catlow, founder of Furtherfield




OCTOBER
2022 OCT 13–15
New York Art Book Fair
Dia Chelsea
New York, NY
link

On the occasion of the NYABF, Inventory Press and Boot Boyz made a limited edition hat inspired by White Hat / Black Hat Hackers. The graphic was adapted by Laura Coombs from the 1993 website DarkCore by Gashgirl and then redrawn by Boot Boyz.

Image by Sunny Ali.

Thank you, Shannon Harvey, Adam Michaels, and Mary Thompson.

NOVEMBER
BOOK LAUNCH!
2022 NOV 14
7:00pm
New Museum
with McKenzie Wark, Prema Murthy, Tega Brain, and E. Jane
New York, NY
New Museum link + Rhizome link + recording

Images by Shina Peng.

Thank you, Celine Wong Katzman, Kayla Drzewicki, Derek Wright, and Michael Connor.

2022 NOV 17
6:00pm
Graham Foundation
with Lee Blalock
link + recording
Chicago, IL

Image by the Graham Foundation.


Screenshot from video recording by the Graham Foundation.

Thank you, Sarah Herda, Ava Barrett, and Alexandra Lee Small.

2022 NOV 28
6:00pm
Pratt Institute
New York, NY
link

Thank you, Mendi Obadike.

2022 NOV 30
6:30pm
School of Visual Art (SVA)
with Briana Rengifo
New York, NY
link

Thank you, Barbara Calderon.

DECEMBER
2022 DEC 2
7:00pm
Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)
with Libby Marrs & Marisa Katz
Providence, RI
link

Image & poster by Jon Chen, modeled by Maggie Chang.


Image by Sunny Ali.


Image by Daniela Bologna.


Image by Daniela Bologna.

Thank you, Maggie Chang, Jonathan Chen, and Vincent Li.

2022 DEC 3
12:15pm EST
HfG Karlsruhe
Shaking the Archive Symposium
Karlsruhe, Germany (remote)
link

Thank you, Chiara Siravo, Mustafa Emin, and Víctor Fancelli Capdevila.

2022 DEC 5
4:30pm
Princeton University
with Laura Coombs and Lily Healey
Princeton, NJ
link

Image by Mindy Seu.


Video by Laura Coombs.

Thank you, Laura Coombs, Marion Young, and Jeff Whetstone.

2022 DEC 6
11:00am
Northeastern University
Boston, MA (remote)
link + recording

Thank you, Matthew Choi Taitano, Sarah Connell, and Lillian-Yvonne Bertram.

2022 DEC 9
4:00pm
Creative Coding Utrecht
Iterations Conference
Utrecht, Netherlands (remote)
link

Images by Iterations team.

Thank you, Vera van de Seyp.

2022 DEC 9
6:30pm
Center for Book Arts
with Laura Coombs
New York, NY
link + recording

Image by Yotam Hadar.

Thank you, Camilo Otero.

2022 DEC 11
2:00pm
Pioneer Works
with Laura Coombs
Brooklyn, NY
link

Photos by Walter Wlodaryczk. Courtesy of Pioneer Works.

Thank you, Christina Daniels and Chris Masullo.

2022 DEC 14
7:00pm
O MediaLab
with Ellex Swavoni, moderated by Stefania Antonucci
Atlanta, GA
link

Image by Sunny Ali.

Thank you, Branden Collins, Ami Sueki, and Christopher Knowles.

JANUARY
2023 JAN 15
2:00–4:30pm
Wendy’s Subway
Brooklyn, NY
link

Photo of Sanie Irsay, image by Nadia Tahoun.


Image by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Rachel Valinsky, Flo Li, Sanjana Iyer, and Marian Churnovsky.

2023 JAN 23
5:00pm
Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst, Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig
Leipzig, Germany
link

Poster designed by Gerrit Brocks from the Fine Arts Leipzig’s Typography class. Photo by Anja Kaiser.


Image by Mindy Seu.


Image by Matteo Visentin.


Book table by Rotor Books. Image by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Anja Kaiser.

2023 JAN 24
6:00pm
Hochschule für bildende Künste (HFBK) Hamburg
with Megan Dieudonné
Hamburg, Germany

Image by Christoph Knoth.


Image by Mindy Seu.


Image by Andrea.

Thank you, Christoph Knoth.

2023 JAN 25
7:30pm
TRUST
with Cornelia Sollfrank
Berlin, Germany
link + recording

Image by Sam Hart.

Thank you, Lina Martin-Chan and Arthur Röing Baer, and Sam Hart for the introduction.

2023 JAN 26
7:00pm
Whitechapel Gallery
with Ruth Catlow, Seetal Solanki and Joanna Walsh
London, UK
link

Images by Fiona Hanson.

Thank you, Richard Martin, Olivia Bailey, and Jane Scarth.

2023 JAN 30
12:00pm
Goldsmiths
London, UK

Thank you, Audrey Samson.

2023 JAN 30
6:30pm
The Word Bookshop
with Agnes Cameron
London, UK
RSVP + link

Thank you, Audrey Samson and David Brett.

2023 JAN 31
9:00am
Vera List Center × Singapore Biennial
with Irina Aristarkhova, Maria Fernandez, and Margaret Tan, moderated by Jeannine Tang
Singapore (remote)
link + recording

Screenshot by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Jeannine Tang.

2023 JAN 31
5:30pm
SPACE10
with Kathryn Bishop
Copenhagen, Denmark
link

Image by Monique Schröder.


Thank you, Sheila Fakurnejad and Yasmina El-Khouri.

FEBRUARY
2023 FEB 2
5:30pm
Central Saint Martens
with Library Stack (Benjamin and Erik)
London, UK (remote)
link

Thank you, Matthew Chrislip.

2023 FEB 4
3:00pm
Transmediale
with AM Kanngieser, Brett Story, Cassandra Troyan, Vienne Chan, Zoé Samudzi, moderated by Mindy Seu
Please note: this will not include a Cyberfeminism Index performative reading.
Berlin, Germany
link

Image by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Elise Hunchuck, Bani Brusadin, Jade Barget, and Nora O Murchú.

2023 FEB 5
2:30pm
Sitterwerk
St. Gallen, Switzerland
exhibition + event

Image by Jürg Lehni.

Thank you, Roland Frueh and Barbara Biederman.

2023 FEB 7
1:00pm
Antikythera
Los Angeles, CA (remote)

Images by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Benjamin Bratton, Nicolay Boyadjiev, and Jade Clemons.

2023 FEB 8
11:30am
Nike
with Morgan Ruby
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Image by Morgan Ruby.

Thank you, Morgan Ruby and Saba Babas-Zadeh.

2023 FEB 8
4:00pm
University of Amsterdam × Perdu
with Inte Gloerich and Ruben Pater
Amsterdam, Netherlands
link

Image by Laura Mrksa. Graphic on the projection is by Ada Popowicz.

Thank you, Natalia Sánchez Querubín and Ada Popowicz.

2023 FEB 9
8:00pm
Design Museum Gent × KASK
with Vera Saccheti, moderated by Anna Luyten
Ghent, Belgium
link

Image by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Sara De Bondt, Heleen Sintobin, Thomas Desmet, Hilde Bouchez, Ronny Duquenne, and Bracke Evelien.

2023 FEB 10
4:30pm
Rietveld
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Poster by Jiwon Choi, Anna Reymond, Haoran Zhi.

Thank you, David Bennewith and Cleo.

2023 FEB 12
5:00pm
Varia
Rotterdam, Netherlands
english link + dutch link + documentation

Images by Varia.

Thank you, Benjamin Earl, Artemis Gryllaki, and Simon Browne.

2023 FEB 15
5:30pm
PUBLICS
with Annie Goh and a sonic cyberfeminism listening session
Helsinki, Finland
link

Images by Noora Lehtovuori.

Thank you, Helen Kaplinksy.

2023 FEB 16
7:00pm
A–Z
Berlin, Germany
link

Image by Jens Bauermeister.


Image by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Anja Lutz.

2023 FEB 17
7:30pm
DIFFRAKT
with Maya Indira Ganesh
Berlin, Germany
link

Image by Dana Lorenz.

Thank you, Sara Morais dos Santos Bruss and Moritz Gansen.

2023 FEB 18
6:00pm
After 8 Books
with Shu Lea Cheang
Paris, France
link

Image by Liara Roux.

Thank you, Antonia Carrara.

2023 FEB 20
7:00pm
Lafayette Anticipations
with Madeleine Planeix-Crocker
Paris, France
link

Images by Chloé Magdelaine.


Image by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Nicolas Olier, Oksana Delaroff, Elsa Coustou, Chloé Magdelaine, and Madeleine Planeix-Crocker for facilitation, and Guillaume Heuguet for the introduction.

2023 FEB 24
5:00pm
Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (ZHdK) × Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) × Madame ETH × gta exhibitions
with Sadie Plant, moderated by Sarah Owens
Zurich, Switzerland
link

Image by Jonas Vogeli.

Thank you, Jonas Vogeli, Sarah Owens, and Geraldine Tedder for facilitation; Emilie Appercé and Helen Thomas for documentation and additional programming; and Noé Gogniat and Chiara Vernier for making the graphic.

2023 FEB 25
2:00pm
Easy Lessoning
with Isabel Seiffert
Zurich, Switzerland
link

Screenshot of www.easy-lessoning.com.


Images by Mario Nae.

Thank you, Roland Frueh, Other Means, and Corina Neuenschwander.

2023 FEB 26
7:00pm
Parco Gallery
Milan, Italy
link

Thank you, Loredana Bontempi and Emanuele Bonetti.

2023 FEB 27
6:00pm
Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA)
with Arianna Rubi Mainardi and Giulia Vallicelli (Compulsive Archive)
Milan, Italy
link

Screenshot from video by Nicolas Seegatz.

Thank you, Arianna Rubi Mainardi, Giulia Vallicelli, and Vincenzo Cuccia.

MARCH
2023 MAR 3
10:00pm
Villa Albertine × Cultural Services of the French Embassy
The Ukrainian Institute of America, 3rd Floor Library, 2 E 79th St
New York, NY
link

Thank you, Anne-Sophie Hermil and Louise Quantin. “Night of Ideas” is in partnership with The Metropolitan Museum of Arts, the Ukrainian Institute of America, and NYU Fine Arts.

2023 MAR 9
5:30pm
Yale School of Art, Atrium
with Geoff Kaplan, Chris Lee, and David Shields
New Haven, CT
link

The Paul Rand Lecture Series presents a celebration of new publications by Geoff Kaplan, Chris Lee, Mindy Seu, and David Shields. Thank you, Nontsi Multiti and Larissa Hall. Announcement graphics by Filip Birkner.

2023 MAR 14
6:00pm
Casa Galván × Cultura UAM
with Irene Soria Guzmán, Liliana Zaragoza Cano, Stefania Acevedo, and interpretation by Ivanna Martínez Polo
This event will be presented in Spanish.
Mexico City, Mexico
recording

Thank you, Paola Ricaurte Quijano, Fernanda Briones, Ivanna Martínez Polo, Mariel Rosauro Zasso, and Ana Gabriela Ayala Núñez.

2023 MAR 15
8:30pm
Miércoles de SOMA
with Doreen Rios
Mexico City, Mexico
link + recording

Image by Jhoel Zempoalteca.

Thank you, Carolina Diaz, Laura Lopez, and Jhoel Zempoalteca.

2023 MAR 16
7:00pm
Casa Bosques
with Klau Kinky and Vero Ireta (Cyborgrrrls)
This event will be presented in Spanish and English.
Mexico City, Mexico
link + link

Thank you, Jorge de la Garza and the Cyborgrrrls team (Melissa Aguilar, Vero Ireta, Constanza Piña, Sofía Main).

2023 MAR 21
7:00pm
Museo Urbano Interactivo del Tecnológico de Monterrey
with Janeth Gutiérrez, Connie Castillo, and Adriana Moreno
This event will be presented in English and Spanish, followed by mezcal.
Puebla, Mexico
link

Image by Mindy Seu.

Thank you, Paola Ricaurte Quijano, Héctor Falcón Villa, Victorino Morales Davila, María Concepción Castillo González, and Rodrigo Esparza.

2023 MAR 24
12:00pm
Columbia GSAPP
New York, NY (remote)
link

This talk is part of Speculative City. Thank you, David Eugin Moon.

APRIL
2023 APR 5
5:20pm
School of Visual Art
New York, NY (remote)

This talk is part of Feminist Approaches to Media. Thank you, Faith Holland.

2023 APR 6
Hammer Museum × UCLA
5:30pm
with Lauren Lee McCarthy and Nora N. Khan
Los Angeles, CA
link + recording + YouTube

Photos by Sarah M. Golonka.

Thank you, Claudia Bestor, Belize Wilheim, and Shannon Cynowa for facilitating, and Ikechúkwú Onyewuenyi for the introduction.

2023 APR 10
5:00pm
California Institute of the Arts (CalArts)
Los Angeles, CA

Thank you, Lisa Armstrong.

2023 APR 12
6:30pm
Harvard Graduate School of Design, Loeb Library
Cambridge, MA

Photo by Anita Kan.

Thank you, Malkit Shoshan.

2023 APR 18
5:00pm
University of Southern California (USC)
Los Angeles, CA (remote)

Thank you, Suzanne Perling Hudson and Adrianne Ramsey.

2023 APR 19
5:00pm
CalState Los Angeles × Southland Institute
with Dorothy Santos, A.M. Darke, Cesia Dominguez, and Anika Sarin
Los Angeles, CA
link

Thank you, Joe Potts.

2023 APR 20
6:00pm
The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation × Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm
with a screening of Shu Lea Cheang’s Fresh Kill
Stockholm, Sweden (remote)
link + link

Thank you, Rut-Karin Zettergren.

MAY
2023 MAY 11
6:00pm
Futuress
Zurich, Switzerland (remote)
link + RSVP

Thank you, Mio Kojima, Nina Paim, Maya Ober.

2023 MAY 19
6:30pm
Berkeley Art Museum (BAMPFA) × Berkeleyside
with Oliver Haug
Berkeley, CA
link

Thank you, Sherry L. Goodman. This event is in partnership with Berkeleyside (Berkeley’s leading local news source) Idea Makers.

JUNE
2023 JUN 7
6:00pm
ARIEL
with Gro Sarauw and Anni Garza Lau of Ghost Agency, moderated by ARIEL
Copenhagen, DK (remote)
link

Thank you, Helen Nishijo, Karen Vestergaard Andersen, and Nina Wöhlk.

2023 JUN 15
6:30pm
Space.City × Seattle Public Library
with Kemi Adeyemi and Anna Lauren Hoffmann
Seattle, Washington
link + recording

Thank you, Amelia Jarvinen, Anton Sagun, Grant Gustafson, Julia Frost, Peter Miller, and Kyle Keirsey for facilitation, and Rob Hutchison for the introduction. Graphics by Pentagram, team Michael Beirut.

2023 JUN 16
6:00pm
FISK
Portland, OR
link

Image by @mallarydesigns.

Thank you, Cole Johnson, Bijan Berahimi, Holly Swendig, and James Fink.

2023 JUN 17
2:00pm
KST (Korean Society of Typography) Conference 25: Design, Gender, Transboundary
Seoul, South Korea (remote)
link

Image by Chris Hamamoto.

Thank you, Lynn Kim and Sulki Choi for facilitation, and Chris Hamamoto for the introduction.

2023 JUN 17
7:30pm
The Lab
with Chia Amisola, Viv Qiu, Molly Turner and a performance by Evicshen
San Francisco, CA
link

Screenshot of video recording by Anthony Russell.

Thank you, Anna Rulloda and Marcella Faustini.

JULY
2023 JUL 14
11:00am
San Francisco Art Book Fair (SFABF)
with Kishonna Gray
San Francisco, California (remote)

Thank you, Zoe Lemelson.

AUGUST
2023 AUG 5
3:30pm
Friends with Benefits (FWB) Fest
Idyllwild-Pine Cove, California
link


Thank you, Alex Zhang, Kaitlyn Davies, Jose Mejia, and Greg Bresnitz.

2023 AUG 14
11:00am
Stellenbosch Academy
Stellenbosch, South Africa

Image by Sihle James.

Thank you, Annabelle Wienand, Pyda Nyariri, and Mike Mavura. Special thanks to Nontsi Mutiti and Alvin Ashiatey for the introduction.

2023 AUG 17
6:00pm
LAPA × University of Johannesburg‘s Race:Gender:Class (RGC)
with Natalie Paneng and a sonic offering by Nombuso Mathibela, moderated by Danielle Bowler
Johannesburg, South Africa
get tickets

Thank you, James Macdonald, Danielle Bowler, and Tammy Langtry. Special thanks to Nontsi Mutiti and Alvin Ashiatey for the introduction.

2023 AUG 24
2:00pm
Never Permanent
Melbourne, Australia
link

Image by Prasana Lee.


Moderated by Namila Benson. Images by Semi Permanent.

Thank you, Mitchell Oakley Smith, Kate Fagan, Prasana Lee, and Semi Permanent.

2023 AUG 26
1:00pm
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia × 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
with VNS Matrix (V Barrett, Josephine Starrs, Francesca da Rimini)
Sydney, Australia
link

Images by Christina Mishell.

Thank you, Thea Baumann, Zev Tropp, and Dilpreet Taggar.

SEPTEMBER
2023 SEP 18
1:10pm
RISD
Providence, RI (remote)

Thank you, Pouya Ahmadi.

2023 SEP 21
5:00pm
Glasgow School of Art
with a screening of Shu Lea Cheang’s Fresh Kill
Glasgow, Scotland (remote)
link

Thank you, Choterina Freer.

2023 SEP 25
5:00pm
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Steiner Lecture @ Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry
with Hyla Willis (subRosa), moderated by Angela Washko
Pittsburgh, PA
link + link

Thank you, Angela Washko. Co-Presented by the School of Art at CMU.

2023 SEP 28
6:00pm
MIT List Center
with Kendra Albert
Cambridge, MA
register

Image by Zach Ngin.

Thank you, Emily Ann Garner.

OCTOBER
2023 OCT 3
School of Visual Arts (SVA) D.Crit
New York, NY
register

Thank you, Molly Heintz, Eric Schwartau, and Brooke Viegut.

2023 OCT 7
6:00pm
Amant Foundation
with Melanie Hoff
Brooklyn, NY
link + register

Image by Aristilde Kirby.

Thank you, Patricia M. Hernandez.

2023 OCT 12
6:30pm
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)
Portland, Oregon (remote)
register + livestream

Thank you, Kristin Rogers Brown.

2023 OCT 18
5:30pm
Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa (remote)
link

Thank you, Megen O’Toole, Shelby Doyle, and Peter Zuroweste.

2023 OCT 30
6:00pm
Institute for Postnatural Studies
Madrid, Spain (remote)
link

Thank you, Yuri Tuma & Clara Benito.

NOVEMBER
2023 NOV 2
7:00pm
Squeaky Wheel
with Tina Rivers Ryan
Buffalo, NY
link

Thank you, Ekrem Serdar.

2023 NOV 3
6:00pm
Trinity Square Video × Art Metropole
with Skawennati
Toronto, Canada
link

Image by Sanchari Dey. Graphic by Sanchari Dey and Omama Mahmood.

Thank you, Emily Fitzpatrick.

2023 NOV 17
7:00pm
M+
This event will be presented in English, with Mandarin and Cantonese interpretation.
Hong Kong
link

Thank you, Ikko Yokoyama, Kate Gu, Lok Wong, Angela Liu.

2023 NOV 20
6:00pm
Hongik University
This event will be presented in English, with Korean interpretation by Jiha Park.
Seoul, Korea
link

Thank you, Minjae Huh, Jiha Park, and Taegun Lee.

2023 NOV 24
5:00pm
Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT) × Tokyo Art Book Fair
with Ginga Kondo, moderated by Kanae Tanikawa and Marina Lisa Komiya
This event will be presented in English and Japanese, with interpretation by Hibiki Mizuno.
link + recording

7:00pm
BUoY Tokyo
Afterparty with food by @eetee
Tokyo, Japan

Image by MES.


Image by Mindy Seu.


GIF by Mindy Seu, laser show by MES.

Thank you, FAQ (Kanae Tanikawa and Marina Lisa Komiya).

2023 NOV 25
1:00pm–7:00pm
Civic Creative Base Tokyo
1:00—Mizushina Mami
1:30—Melanie Hoff
2:40—Takahashi Sakino
3:30—Fuse Rintaro
5:00—Mindy Seu
6:00—panel with Mindy Seu, Shikata Yukiko, Takahashi Sakino, Fuse Rintaro, Mizushina Mami
This event will be presented in English and Japanese with interpretation by Hibiki Mizuno, Yuki and Yume.
Tokyo, Japan
link

Photo and graphic by Isu Taeko.

Thank you, Mizushina Mami.

JANUARY
2024 JAN 25
Maimoun
with Yasaman Sheri
Los Angeles, CA

Photo by Mina Alyeshmerni.

Thank you, Mina Alyeshmerni.