Kaija Xiao is a multimedia artist and academic in Brooklyn, NY. She practices various projects at the intersection of queer spaces/community and the political economy of food politics in urban ecologies and futures.
She is pursing a Masters of Science at The New School's Milano School of Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management where she focuses on food systems, autonomous land projects, and urban policy. She is also pursuing a graduate minor in Capitalism Studies at the Robert L. Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies. Kaija is currently assistant to artist, filmmaker and activist Tourmaline.
Outside of school, you'll find her working on biodynamic farms across the country, creating communal queer meals, or bar-backing in Bushwick.
Kaija can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org