Félicie Kertudo (FR) is a visual artist and researcher with a history and political sciences background. After exploring the dynamics of Women-Only spaces through a Watery (auto)ethnographic case study of the Kenwood Ladies Pond in London during her MRes at the Royal College of Art, she is now focusing on developing new case studies outside the dominant Western world by undertaking research-oriented travels, to the Dead Sea in Israel for example. Using her own Skin as a key interface between her Body and its natural surroundings throughout the research journey, Kertudo calls for a better representation of the diversity of bodily subjectivities. Notably by embracing the concept of ‘embodiment’ through the making of site- specific art installations, her aim is to make more understandable and visible the process behind her research practice. She is focusing on key philosophical theories such as ‘Ecofeminism’, ‘Hydrofeminism’ and ‘Phenomenology’, which hold a strong disruptive potential by calling into question the neoliberal, patriarchal and self-destructive normative system that continues to prevail in the Western world in the 21st century.