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Priya Jay


Priya Jay is a researcher using curatorial, artistic and herbalist methods to develop a practice that is healing and experimental. She facilitates spaces of co-inquiry, and honours vernacular, embodied and non-linear knowledge and pedagogies. Her academic background is in anthropology, with a specific focus on digital and decolonial ecologies.

Priya has worked with notable institutions Barbican, iniva, Autograph ABP and Wellcome Trust, and is a recipient of the 2018 Peer Forum at Camden Arts Centre. Along with Amrita Dhallu, she was also the co-editor of Floating Margins, the first publication to emerge from STUART, the communal design and publishing platform established by Rose Nordin.

Priya’s recent work has centred grief (with Fevered Sleep, MAIA Group, Patchwork Archivists and Glasgow Zine Library), happiness (with Wellcome Collection) and care work (with Auto Italia).