Mahan Moalemi is a writer and curator. His research explores possible encounters between global visual cultures and critical future studies, with particular interests in chronopolitics, nonhuman temporalities, and techno-aesthetics. He was previously part of the team of organizers at kaf, an informal project space in Tehran (2010–2015). A recipient of the MOP Scholarship (2016), he holds a Master of Research in Curatorial/Knowledge from Goldsmiths, University of London (2017), where he co-curated The Fisher-Function, a journey from collective mourning to collaborative publishing and public programming. He is co-editor of Ethnofuturismen (Merve Verlag, 2018) and his writings have appeared in Cabinet, Domus, Spike Art Quarterly, and a number of art and literary publications in Iran.