Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas, are artists, educators, and co-founders of the Urbonas Studio, an interdisciplinary research practice that facilitates exchange amongst diverse nodes of knowledge production and artistic practice in pursuit of projects that transform civic spaces and collective imaginaries. The Urbonas’ work has been exhibited at the São Paulo, Berlin, Moscow, Lyon, Gwangju Biennales; Folkestone Triennale; the Manifesta and Documenta exhibitions; in solo shows at the Lithuanian Pavilion in the 52nd International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia (2007) and the MACBA in Barcelona (2008) among others. Gediminas co-edited the volume Public Space? Lost and Found (MIT Press 2017), an examination of the complex inter-relations between the creation and uses of public space and the roles that public art plays therein. Urbonas are currently working on Zooetics – a research project that explores the potential to connect with the noethics and poetics of non-human life in the context of the planetary ecological imbalance. Gediminas is Associate Professor at the MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology in the School of Architecture and Planning. Nomeda is a MIT research affiliate and PhD researcher at the NTNU, Norway.