Rozalinda Borcila is interested in the ways border regimes are produced, experienced and contested, and in the local geographies of global trade corridors. Her work has been exhibited in the US, Romania, Germany, South Africa, Palestine, Canada, Hungary, Italy. She collaborates with Compass and the No Name Collective, and is committed to border abolition activism in a number of autonomous groups. She has taught walking seminars as trans-disciplinary research in universities, social centers and refugee camps. She occasionally writes and has been an editor with AREA Chicago for three years. She is Romanian, currently based in Chicago where she lives with her awesome daughter Liana.