Carol Stampone from the inland state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, is a writer, performer and philosopher, but equally a mother, foreigner and a woman of colour. At the core of her current practice is the routine of dancing and writing, which gives birth to her almost poems. Her latest philosophical research is focused on refugeehood and feminism from the Global South. She is also working on a book of short stories about motherhood, and is part of a few collaborative writing projects. Carol has a Bachelor's in Philosophy from UNICAMP in Brazil, a Master's in Philosophy from University of Bergen, and theatre training from TEUC in Coimbra, Portugal.
Photo: Andreas H. Grønner