Matilda Tucker (b. 1995, Germany-USA) is a writer, artist, and researcher based in Stockholm and Berlin. She is interested in human rights; spaces of conflict and divided cities; language; and the relationship between art and politics. She recently completed an M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies in Jerusalem, where she wrote a thesis about loss, exile, and the political and performative aspects of mourning and burial in contemporary Arab theatrical adaptations of ancient Greek Classics. She is currently working on several projects, including research on encounters between Palestinian refugees and Jewish Kurdish migrants from Iraq in the village of Lifta, on the margins of West Jerusalem.