Mujgan Abdulzade is a visual designer with a strong focus on information design and design research. As a designer and researcher, she has been working in the overlapping spaces of design, social science and community building. She completed her master’s degree in Integrated Design, in Dessau, Germany with the thesis topic exploring patriarchal roots of pictogram design. Since then, she was enrolled in several design research workshops, organized by a design platform, Futuress which deals with the politics of design. Last summer her contribution to one of their feminist publishing workshop “L.I.P. Collective” was showcased in the mixed-medium exhibition at a gallery “from A-Z” in Berlin. She is also one of the co-founders of Femiskop, a Baku based feminist research and media platform. Currently, she is a part of the fellowship program organized by School of Commons – a community-based initiative dedicated to the study and development of decentered knowledge, located at the Zurich University of the Arts.