Sudhir’s work is focused on amplifying the voices of people marginalised by dominant power structures. His areas of concern are inequality, corporate and political hegemonies, and social hierarchies.
In building a vision, Charmaine is led by what is helpful, urgent and sustainable. She is concerned about ecology, agency, queer life, and persistent joy, and is based between Berlin and Singapore.
Faris studies the history of the Malay world. He believes Singapore cannot be fully understood separately from its ancestral archipelago. Faris is pursuing his PhD at New York University.
In asking how word, image and sound can provoke people to act, Waye aims to tell stories that expand and deepen perspectives, propelling the changes needed to build a kinder and more inclusive world.
Fiachra Ross is interested in anti-colonial nationalism, federalism, and racial capitalism in 20th century South-east Asia. He is pursuing his MPhil in World History at the University of Cambridge.
Jean is motivated by curiosity, compassion and a commitment towards community-building. She is passionate about philosophy, feminism, art and food culture.
As a former national athlete and current weekend warrior, Nick remains passionate about all things sports. He holds out hope that Singapore will become a true sporting nation some day.
Taahira is most content connecting with people and ideas in the areas of food, culture, heritage, nature and tourism led through the lens of sustainability.