Nadine Botha is an artistic researcher, writer, and curator who explores how invisible social, political, and cultural systems design our food, objects, bodies, technologies, cities, and selves. She is a co-founder of the Dutch Institute of Food and Design, and founder of deSIGNIFY design, media, and art consultancy. Current roles include assistant curator of the 4th Istanbul Design Biennale in 2018, editor-at-large of DAMN magazine, and curator of The Politics of Shit critical design platform. Her writing has appeared in the Financial Times, Metropolis, Dirty Furniture, Core77, Design Observer, Dazed&Confused, Chimurenga, Design Indaba, and Art Africa, among others.