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Hej! I’m Nadia (she/her/they), born 1992, half from Spain, half from the USA, based in Stockholm, Sweden.

I am a designer, artist and researcher exploring feminist and more-than-human perspectives of technologies for intimate care and menstrual care. I make use of body-centric design methods, participatory design, digital fabrication and new media art.

I started my PhD in Interaction Design at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in fall 2021.

During Spring-Summer 2021 I recieved funding and led a project called Biomenstrual︎︎︎. Previously I’ve worked on the project Transforming the Colonial Archive︎︎︎ and during 2019-2020 I worked as a software artist at rethread︎︎︎, exploring novel ways to communicate the values and social layers of software through art and interaction design. In the latest project, I engaged with feminist entanglements of software and knitting in 'Softwear'︎︎︎

I graduated from a master's in Interactive Media Technology at KTH where I did my thesis within the Digital Women's Health group︎︎︎, exploring the design of menstrual cycle technologies through a feminist HCI lens.

I’ve also been part of the team taking care of MIDDLA︎︎︎, the interaction design lab and makerspace at the MID division.

Experience & Education

2021-present PhD Student in Interaction Design, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

2020-2021 Researcher, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

2019-2020 Software Artist, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

2017-2019 Master’s in Interactive Media Technology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

2018-2019 Technical Community Manager at Flic, Stockholm, Sweden.

2016-2017 Virtual Reality Developer at Visyon, Barcelona, Spain.

2011-2015 Bachelor’s in Audiovidual Systems Engineering at University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain

View my full CV here ︎︎︎