Isabel Burr Raty is an artist and filmmaker interested in exploring the interstices between the organic and the artificial, between the unlicensed knowledge of minority groups and the dominant narratives. She teaches Media Art History in École de Recherche Graphique, is researcher in Nadine-WAB IV Brussels and jury member in Autonomous Design Master KASK Gent. In 2018-2019 she obtained bio-art/design AFK 3 Package-Deal Grant, which partnered her to Waag and Mediamatic Amsterdam. Her artworks intertwine live art and new media installations inviting audiences to queer fixed categories of production understandings, and experience the benefits of embodying SF in real time, such as the Beauty Kit Female Farm. Her works and collaborations have been shown internationally, ie: Palais de Tokyo Paris, KVS, ISEA Hong Kong, Eco-Futures London. With the support of Media fund, Isabel is developing her second film, exposing the impact of colonialism on Easter Island’s Rapa Nui people.