This interdisciplinary team of fantastic people unlock new chapters on Future Based. They zoom in on the complicated, and make the common extraordinary through podcasts, meetups, reading groups and exhibitions.

Sabine Winters

Sabine (she/her) is the founder of Future Based and facilitator of the platform. As a freelance philosopher of science, Sabine has worked on many interdisciplinary projects. In her research on Scientific Imagination, she is focused on the function of imagination in the Natural Sciences. She is an intrinsically motivated enthusiastic explorer, always open to new ideas and perspectives because she firmly believes in lifelong learning.

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Chetana Pai

Chetana (she/her) is a recent graduate of the University of Twente and has a Masters degree in Interaction Technology. She is especially interested and has worked on research to do with human interaction, human experience, movement, music, technology, and the combination of these fields. In addition to this, she is constantly experimenting with various creative mediums and facilitating workshops. These are mostly geared towards finding and exploring new ways to make people want to be creative and make tangibly (and often involve zines!) For Future Based, Chetana is co-hosting the podcast series Beyond Human Relations.

Dana Dijkgraaf

Dana Dijkgraaf (she/her) a Graphic Designer and Art Director, based in Arnhem (NL). With her love for form, colours and well-thought-of-concepts, she comes up with design that sparkles and visualizes the story. She started in 2014 with her own studio DDD in Arnhem, and never stopped enjoying her work. She works for different industries: fashion, art, non-profit, art education, nature and corporate organizations. Dana is responsible for the Future Based logos, banners and logo photography and therefore is considered as our very own, in-house graphic designer.

Victoria Libucha

Victoria (she/her) is an artist at heart and an explorer of reality in practice. At university, she studied physics, followed by neurophysics, and now she is taking her time in the unknown to create a life aligned with her heart and informed by her knowledge of the universe. The experience of being born in Poland, raised in Ireland and now living in the Netherlands has given her a mixed sense of personal identity, which she will explore as part of the podcast series on identity here on Future Based.

Lilian de Jong

Lilian de Jong (she/her) is pursuing a Master’s degree in human-centered artificial intelligence at Radboud University Nijmegen (Netherlands). She is an enthusiast of the synergy of art, science and technology and a firm believer in using technology to build bridges between human and non-human, human and society, and human and human. Starting in September/October ’21 Lilian will host the reading group “Science Fiction minus Fiction Futures” for Future Based.

Lieke Wouters

Lieke Wouters (she/her) is an art historian and curator, mainly focusing on art on the intersections with digital technologies, utopias in current and speculative societies and intersectional feminism. She is currently the business director of the platform for contemporary art POST and makes programs on art and technology for Oddstream.

Reon Cordova

Reon (she/her) is a professional future summoner and Master in Media, Art, Design & Technology at Frank Mohr Institute. Born in a desert and raised in subtropical highlands, she is mystery-bounded. Experienced lecturer, multidisciplinary design, fashion and overall pseudo-sciences aficionado. Reon will be cheering, supporting, editing, hosting and fulfilling the role of gentle critic for the projects Witchcraft made Science and Creating Life.

Anya Farennikova

Anya Farennikova (she/her) is a philosopher of mind based at the University of Amsterdam. Her research centers on the questions surrounding experiences of absence: the ways that humans relate to what is lost, absent, or incomplete. Before moving to Amsterdam, Anya held a lectureship position at the University of Bristol and a research fellowship at the Australian National University. Philosophy Salons is a collaboration between Anya and Future Based.

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