Guilherme Vilhena Martins (born 1996 in Lisbon; lives in Berlin) works as a writer, curator and cultural programmer and holds a degree in Philosophy from NOVA University Lisbon. He is currently doing an MA in Philosophy with focus in Aesthetics at FU Berlin. His literary work consists of ‘Háptica’, a book of poems, published in 2020, and texts, chronicles and critiques written for different independent projects in Portugal. He is one of the co-founders of EGEU project space, established in 2019 in Lisbon. There, he also managed ‘Alcazar’, an interdisciplinary literary project that brings together writers and visual artists around the idea of collective transdisciplinary writing. Both his philosophical interest and his creative work ground on the notion of fictional indeterminacy and desire and place a big emphasis on urban environments and their structural unsustainability.