Since 2015 Tanéa has been working closely with Angelo Vermeulen and the SEAD collective. As the Speaking Engagement and Community Coordinator for SEAD, Tanéa is the contact person for talks, workshops and collaborations. She also mediates corporate partnerships to explore concepts of co-creation and alternative leadership in business settings. As a Community Coordinator Tanéa actively grows and supports the SEAD community. She makes sure people stay updated, connect with each other, and she facilitates collaboration.
SEAD (Space Ecologies Art and Design) is an international transdisciplinary network of artists, scientists, engineers and activists. We reimagine and reshape the future through critical inquiry and hands-on experimentation. To achieve this, SEAD develops paradigm-shifting projects in which ecology, technology and community are radically integrated in unique ways.
SEAD was initiated in 2009 by Angelo Vermeulen (and Tine Holvoet), later joined by Diego Maranan and Pieter Steyaert. Since its inception, SEAD created more than 30 Biomodd and Seeker art projects, together with local communities in North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Besides Biomodd and Seeker, its most well-known projects, the SEAD collective has initiated many other projects such as H4aC, Orahory, Haplós, the Merapi Terraforming Project and the Biodiversity Tower. SEAD members already co-created with over a thousand people worldwide, questioning and prototyping the future together.
For more information visit: www.sead.network