Marie-Pier Boucher’s work focuses on the impact of bio, neuro and outer space science and technology on spatial and architectural practices. She is co-editor of Adaptive Actions (Madrid) and Heteropolis, two publications edited by Adaptive Actions, a platform to which she collaborates since 2009. She also serves as guest-editor and member of the editorial committee of Inflexions. Her research residencies include: Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, USA (2014), Banff Center for the Arts, Canada (2011), Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany (2010), and SymbioticA: Center for Excellence in Biological Arts, Perth, Western Australia (2006). Her research has been published in Parrhesia: a Journal of Critical Philosophy, Gilbert Simondon: Being and Technology, Fabula, and Media-N. She is currently completing her PhD in the department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies at Duke University, in Durham, NC.