Jennifer Teets is a curator, writer, and occasional performer. Her research and writing combines inquiry, science technology studies, philosophy, and ficto-critique, and performs as an interrogative springboard for her curatorial practice. She co-founded and currently directs The World in Which We Occur, a research-based entity that explores themes concerned with artistic inquiry, philosophy of science, and ecology that premiered at the XII Baltic Triennial in Vilnius and Riga (2015) and since has held editions in Lisbon (2016), Prague (2016), and Nottingham (2019). TWWWO currently hosts Matter in Flux, an online monthly study group with participants and guest thinkers from different fields across the world. She is editor of Electric Brine (2021), published by Archive Books, Berlin and was recently a 2022 Senior Scholar in Residence at the University of Texas’ Casa Herrera in Antigua, Guatemala, for her forthcoming title to be published by Spector Books in 2023. Together with artist/philosopher Lorenzo Cirrincione (2014-onwards), she curates Elusive Earths, an ongoing in situ work, process, and dialogue that looks to the elusiveness of rare clays, soils, and earths with forgotten origins. Recent exhibitions and talks include: 4th Istanbul Design Biennial (2018), Documenta14 (2017), Parallel Oaxaca (2016), Etablissement d’en face (2014), amongst others.