Dr. Léuli Eshrāghi is a Sāmoan/Persian/Cantonese interdisciplinary artist, curator, critic and researcher working between Australia and Canada. They intervene in display territories to centre global Indigenous and Asian diasporic visuality, sensual and spoken languages, and ceremonial-political practices. Through performance, moving image, writing and installation, they engage with Indigenous futurities as haunted by ongoing militourist and missionary violences that once erased faʻafafine-faʻatane people from kinship and knowledge structures. Eshrāghi is the author of Indigenous Aesthetics and Knowledges for Great Ocean Renaissances (Common Room Editions, Naarm / Melbourne, 2022) and editor with Camille Larivée of D’horizons et d’estuaires: entre mémoires et créations autochtones (Éditions Somme toute, Tiohtià:ke / Montréal, 2020). Their poetry and art criticism has been published in Art Monthly, Momus, Revue Cigale, Artlink, cmagazine, PUBLIC Journal, Journal of Environmental Media, and Journal of Modern Craft, among others. Eshrāghi is Curator of the 9th TarraWarra Biennial of Australian Art, Curatorial Researcher in Residence at the University of Queensland Art Museum, and Scientific Advisor (Reclaim the Earth) at the Palais de Tokyo.