Caroline Dath

Caroline Dath has been a graphic designer at Kidnap Your Designer and a teacher at erg since 2009, in the graphic design section. She also teaches the module ‘Digital Non Binary’ with Stéphanie Vilayphiou (OSP). Since 2017, with Loraine Furter and Xavier Gorgol, she is part of the research group Teaching To Transgress* which is an experiment on gender and queer issues, postcolonialism and intersectional feminism, within the context of the pedagogy and practice of the arts. She implements a reflexive approach on pedagogical practices that she experiments by initiating workshops with others (Summer School Art Passing Trans*, Trans//Border, Gender Fluid Bye Bye Binary,…), by facilitating workshops with others or by writing from time to time.



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The team of MAI supporters and contributors is always expanding. We’re honoured to have a specialist collective of editors, whose enthusiasm & talent gave birth to MAI.

However, to turn our MAI dream into reality, we also relied on assistance from high-quality experts in web design, development and photography. Here we’d like to acknowledge their hard work and commitment to the feminist cause. Our feminist ‘thank you’ goes to:

Dots+Circles – a digital agency determined to make a difference, who’ve designed and built our MAI website. Their continuous support became a digital catalyst to our idealistic project.
Guy Martin – an award-winning and widely published British photographer who’s kindly agreed to share his images with our readers

Chandler Jernigan – a talented young American photographer whose portraits hugely enriched the visuals of MAI website
Matt Gillespie – a gifted professional British photographer who with no hesitation gave us permission to use some of his work
Julia Carbonell – an emerging Spanish photographer whose sharp outlook at contemporary women grasped our feminist attention
Ana Pedreira – a self-taught Portuguese photographer whose imagery from women protests beams with feminist aura
And other photographers whose images have been reproduced here: Cezanne Ali, Les Anderson, Mike Wilson, Annie Spratt, Cristian Newman, Peter Hershey