What is Community for you and in the context of your professional activity?
For me personally, community is your chosen family of friends and like-minded people. It's people you can rely on, thrive with and get inspired by—a combination that gets increasingly rare to find as you get older! In the context of professional activity, community is what we strive to build so that we can debate, discuss and most importantly share our message.
What are the most important values which you try to provide by your work?
Honesty, anticolonialism, feminism, and advocacy for minority rights. I think it's important to dismantle heteropatriarchal, Western perspectives in favor of telling the stories of the global majority.
What inspires you and how does it reflect on your work?
I'm inspired by grassroots movements that help minorities. I'm also inspired by the upsurge in feminist values we've seen in the past few years that strive to help men and women of multiple backgrounds lead better lives. In this way, I have an anti-corporate streak that probably runs through everything I produce—which ensures that the communication we put out at SPACE10 is honest, authentic and no bullshit. I'm here at SPACE10 to actually try to spark conversations that could enable better lives, so a healthy awareness of barriers that hold people down is key to that.