NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism

NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism (NSAF) is an award winning three-part digital narrative that sits at the intersection of product design, virtual reality, and neuroscience. Inspired by the lack of multidimensional representations of black women in technology, the NSAF products range from sunblock for traveling through the multiverse to earrings embedded with cameras that offer protection and visibility. The VR experience is set in a Neurocosmetology lab where black women are pioneering techniques of brain optimization, cognitive enhancement, and exploring the neurological and physiological effects of content made for and by women of color.


The Huffington PostAfrofuturist Artists Craft A Virtual World For Women Of Color
The New YorkerReality Bites: Learning the Future of V.R. at Sundance
TechCrunchSundance merges VR with real life through props, AR, and vibrating suits
WiredLive from the Sundance Film Festival VR Program
IndieWireAfrofuturist Virtual Reality Installation Reimagines the Future for Women Of Color
The VergeBuilding the afro-feminist future at Sundance, one cyberpunk beauty salon at a time
All Things ConsideredCovert Fashion Provides Camouflage Against Surveillance Software
i-DThe female inventors exploring brain stimulation through braiding