Suza Husse is a queer*feminist cultural practitioner who works across different fields including art, research, writing, publishing, education and curating. She emphasizes collaborative and transdisciplinary approaches, transformative knowledge and political imagination. She is a member of the curatorial collective of the queer*feminist art space and community center District Berlin. She co-initiated the collaborative platforms D'EST and N*A*I*L*S hacks*facts*fictions, and co-founded the decolonial art and publishing collective The Many Headed Hydra. With Elske Rosenfeld and Archive Books, she runs “wild recuperations. material from below”, a series of artistic and activist post-socialist research projects.