Jilliene Sellner is a UK based Canadian sonic artist, PhD researcher and curator. She has performed and had installations in the UK, Belgium, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Sellner’s work considers the irrevocably entwined relationship between colonialism, the environment and culture and emphasises the interconnections between gender, race, utility, exploitation, defence, leisure and environmental conservation. Her practice sites itself between collaborative distributed listening, live networked performance and soundscape composition. She has just released a collaborative project album under the moniker Harbour Me and is a member of Heya Collective, an all female collaborative experimental sound research project, with artists based in the Middle East.