aniara rodado (PhD) is a choreographer, artist and researcher. She explores witchcraft and interspecific relations, taking the plant world as a starting point, from a transhackfeminist and countercolonial perspective. Her choreographic practice aims to go beyond dance and the human body to better question the current context of ecological crisis and techno-scientific fetishisation. The tendency to standardise different forms of life, at all scales, affects bodies as much as alliances and knowledge. Her performances, installations, texts, videos, drawings, dance pieces, etc. are created in open source, with a preference for old/low technologies and domestic DIY. aniara holds a PhD in science and art from the Ecole Polytechnique de Paris and teaches at the École Supérieure d’Art d’Annecy-alpes (ESAAA).