ngọc triệu

Educator, Co-Designer

ngọc triệu (b. 1994, Vietnam) is a design researcher who practices design and research as interventions to address and reform asymmetrical power relations through the lenses of decoloniality and decentralization. She’s lived in Vietnam, Japan, the UK, and Germany where she’s worked in open-source and public-interest technology, international development, humanitarian aid, pedagogical design, documentary photography, and film-making. When ngọc isn’t busy distilling data into insights or contemplating ways of decolonial being, she enjoys working with clay, doing Kendo (Japanese sword-fighting), and taking long walks in the mountains.