Born 1988 in Massachusetts/USA.
Genevieve Costello is a cultural researcher and artist. She received her MA in cultural analysis from the University of Amsterdam/The Netherlands (2016) and her BA in visual and critical studies and fashion design from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago/USA (2010). She is currently pursuing a PhD in media arts at Royal Holloway, University of London/UK. She is the recipient of the Leverhulme Magna Carta Doctoral Scholarship for her project entitled Communities of Care for Technofeminist Futures (2018) in which she investigates ethics of care, collective living architectures, and Nordic Live Action Role Play. Her research aims to account for diverse social reproduction relationships, rethink basic social units, and imagine post-capitalist subjectivities.
In 2019, she joined the ReUnion Network as an editor and concept developer and co-created the interdisciplinary »Reading Group«, which explores what it means to belong in a planetary era.
She previously collaborated with Metahaven, Amsterdam, Hackers & Designers, Amsterdam, Imprint Projects, New York/USA, and Havas Media, New York.