Aadita Chaudhury is an interdisciplinary researcher, writer and arts practitioner. She is a Research Assistant to the ERC-funded Sonic Street Technologies project at Goldsmiths, University of London. While finishing her doctoral studies in science and technology studies at York University in Canada, she has been attending to the ways arts-based methodologies and the realm of the senses can be instrumentalized as provocations and epistemologies in social science and humanities research. Her doctoral dissertation project explores the multifaceted cultural, material and environmental meaning-making, building on her ethnographic and media research on fire ecology and wildfire management in California and internationally. In 2020, she was a virtual resident in the UNIDEE residency program in Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto in Biella, Italy, exploring visual modes of representation, embodied modes of relating and poetic form in relation to fire/combustion as a phenomenon along with arts practitioners from other disciplines from around the world. She uses her background in environmental studies, STS, cultural studies and arts practice to understand how nature can be a felt, embodied experience through performance, visual and material expression, as a way by which to connect with more-than-human worlds, and one's internal world, in the global context of capitalism, colonialism and climate change.