ABOUT

Marisa Fulper Estrada is a Colombian-American artist / designer / writer / thinker who keeps a book in one hand and a piece of chocolate in the other. They are from Michigan, have lived in Copenhagen, Mexico City, Detroit, Berlin, and currently call Toronto home. Currently reading: Hito Steyerl's The Wretched of the Screen, Danielle Aubert's The Detroit Printing Co-op, and The Collected Novellas of Ursula K. Le Guin.

Their thoughts circle around ____________ a lot.

MUNDANITY, MAGICAL REALISM, RETABLOS, QUEER FUTURITY, SOFTNESS, ROUGHNESS, DECOLONIZATION, SPACE AS COMMODITY, GLOBALISM, LABORER AS PUBLISHER, COLLECTIVE PRACTICE, POWER STRUCTURES, POTENTIAL FUTURES.

They love hearing about everything and anything. Send your biggest fear or a burning desire. They'll send you a vague poem about a ball of worms.

MAFULPER@GMAIL.COM
@MARISATIIVA