Azja Kulpińska is a queer migrant from Poland currently based on the lands of the Kulin Nations. She is a Theatre of the Oppressed practitioner, zine-maker and producer, community arts worker, radio producer and writer. She has facilitated dialogical theatre and zine-making projects in Australia, Solomon Islands and Poland that explored challenging narratives around identity, migration, displacement, systems of oppression and other topics relevant to the communities she works with.
Timmah Ball is an interdisciplinary artist of Ballardong Noongar descent, working across community arts and writing. She has delivered numerous community arts events bringing unique stories into the broader public consciousness. Most recently she completed a writers residency at The University of Iowa, called Indigenous Voices/Narrative Witness. She has written for Inflection Journal, Right Now, Meanjin and the Westerly.
Azja and Timmah have been working collaboratively since 2015 on producing intersectional feminist zines (including Wild Tongue), events and a radio show Intersections on 3CR community radio, with an aim to provide a platform for a range of women and gender non-conforming practitioners (with an emphasis on WOC, Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders, queer and trans and disabled practitioners) to disrupt the dominant narratives from below through writing, images, performance and sound.