Linda Dounia Rebeiz is an artist and designer who investigates the philosophical and environmental implications of technocapitalism. She is inspired by science fiction, speculative design, solarpunk, and degrowth. 

Her work mediates her memories as alternative truths and evidence of excluded ways of being and doing. It is formed through the dialogue (and tensions) between analogue and digital mediums. 

In 2023, Linda was recognized on the TIMEAI100 list of most influential people in AI for her work on speculative archiving – building AI models that help us remember what we have lost. 


Animation + Generative Sketch

Work in progressThis body of work codifies weaving patterns of rabaal fabric, typically used in Senegal for weddings and baptisms. It's a dense fabric with geometric patterns woven by artisans whose craft was perfected over generations. Beneath the soothingly repetitive patterns of rabaal, there is elegant mathematics at play.