Renée Turner is an artist, educator and writer whose practice engages with interdisciplinary forms of study. Whether working collaboratively or on her own, her research is informed by feminist perspectives and the entanglement of sites, histories, and embodied encounters with various human and non-human agents animating our world and everyday life. She has been an artist in residence at Skowhegan, the Rijksakademie, and the Jan van Eyck Academy and awarded grants from the Mondriaan Foundation, the Creative Industries Fund NL, and The Institute of Creative Technologies. Currently, she is a Senior Lecturer at the Willem de Kooning Academy, a Fellow at V2 Lab for the Unstable Media, a member of the Promiscuous Care Research Group, and a researcher within the RASL, a transdisciplinary consortium between the Willem de Kooning Academy, Erasmus University, and Codarts. Next to these activities, she is a doctoral candidate at LUCA’s Intermedia Research Unit: Deep Histories Fragile Memories. For projects, activities and publications see: