Elida Høeg

(Oslo, 1990) lives and works in Barcelona. Journalist and researcher, she investigates transnational political issues such as climate change, migration and territorial conflicts through text and sound. In 2015, she completed the Master Program of Experimentation in Arts and Politics (SPEAP) at Sciences Po, Paris, and founded Coyote, a cross-cutting collective working on print, film, lectures and other experimental forms (together with editor Clémence Seurat and artists Nuno da Luz, Tristan Bera and Ana Vaz). Høeg is a graduate from the master program in International Studies on Media, Power and Difference at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona.

Her research entails site-specific explorations of public space and the concept of the right to the city. She is interested in the political economy of common areas in urban environments.