Adriana Knouf, works as an artist, writer, and xenologist. She engages with topics such as wet media, space art, satellites, radio transmission, non-human encounters, drone flight, queer and trans futurities, machine learning, the voice, and papermaking. She is the Founding Facilitator of the tranxxenolab; a nomadic artistic research laboratory that promotes entanglements among entities trans and xeno.
Adriana regularly presents her artistic research around the world and beyond, including a work that has flown aboard the International Space Station. Her work has been recognized by a number of awards, including an Award of Distinction at Prix Ars Electronica (2021), an Honorary Mention from the Science Fiction Research Association’s Innovative Research Award (2021), and as a prize winner in The Lake’s Works for Radio #4 (2020). Adriana currently teaches at the Masters Ecology Futures and the St. Joost School of Art & Design.