Moselle Singh is an artist with a background in agroecology and biodiversity conservation. She holds a BA in anthropology and MSc in ethnobotany, and is interested in the ways art and science are expressed through culture as an iterative process of sensing and making sense of the world. She has worked at various nonprofit organizations and small organic farms across the Midwest, as well as Nicaragua and India.
Growing up in rural Iowa with mixed descent as a Punjabi-American, she often turned to the more-than-human world to foster a sense of belonging. Experiencing the very real and deleterious effects of industrial farming catalyzed her activism in exposing the biopolitical realities of capitalism, colonialism, and anthropocentrism, as well as her interest in the ways in which we celebrate, honor, and defend our relationship with life through grassroots organizing, seed saving, and art.