Meghan Judge is an artist and curator holding a fellowship at the SARCHi Chair in Science Communication, South Africa where she is lead researcher on the art-science platform Humusha. Her work attends to the lively void, releasing stuck pasts into the present through yearnings for what is to come. She is working on a project along the Agulhas current that locates haptic, amphibious perceptions of ocean-human relations and the complexity that these propose for constellating a justice of rest. Her process is both emergent and formulaic, making sense of socio-ecological phenomena by following inquiry through multiple mediums that reorient toward their own relational frequencies. She holds a PhD in Fine Art from the University of the Witwatersrand where she was a fellow in the Oceanic Humanities for the Global South project at the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (WiSER).