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Serina Tarkhanian

Serina Tarkhanian is a designer and researcher whose work explores contemporary issues around care and the social conditions of health and well-being. Through a design anthropological approach, she investigates the relations between embodied knowledges, their embedded rituals, materiality, and design. Along with the development of ‘microbial co-healing’ tools and spaces, her ongoing design research The Microbial Bathhouse delves into the biopolitics of microbes, medicine, and pharmacology.