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We believe
deserves a vision


Liminalsp is an artist, design, and organizer collective who believes every community deserves a vision. We shed light on the ongoing tension between art, community, and space. Our approach incorporates envisioning and visual storytelling to support spatial justice, unity, and wellness. 



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Dubravka Antić

Co-Director | Co-Founder

As a Williamsburg  resident from 1997 through 2010, Dubravka has witnessed revitalization of neglected neighborhood  initiated by organically organized artist community. It’s great days of small restaurant and shops, young professionals such as herself have been displaced through full on commercial development, real estate to retail. As an architect who understands profession’s socially responsible role, she has participated in NYC Loft Board hearings reaching Williamsburg way to late in 2009, helping her fellow “artist-in-residence” (AIR labeled commercial buildings tenants) friends and neighbors stay in their live/work studios. As a sole practitioner for over 20 years working on residential and commercial projects, she has gained experience and understanding of financial structures in building development process. 



Mahboubeh Abbasgholizadeh

Organizer | Co-Founder

Mab is a prominent Iranian women’s rights activist, researcher, organizer, journalist, and documentary filmmaker with over twenty five years of experience in women’s empowerment and research in Muslim context, field training and capacity building, multimedia journalism in Iran and neighboring countries and the Iranian diaspora. Mab has been imprisoned following her peaceful activities in Iran several times and was sentenced in absentia to
30 months in jail and 30 lashes for “activities against national security through conspiracy and collusion” in 2010 while in exile. She is currently based in New York and California and was most recently the director of ZananTV and NGO Training Center, a highly popular alternative multimedia outlet focused on women’s issues as well as an extensive training program for civil society activists across the Middle East.

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Immanuel Oni

Co-Director | Co-Founder

Oni is a first-generation Nigerian-American artist and space doula living in New York City originally from Houston, TX. He believes art and architecture is not about what he is making, but who he is making it for. His work explores loss and its deep connection with space, fusing spatial elements with the spiritual. He has received awards by the Design Trust for Public Space, Culture Push, NY for Culture and Arts, More Art, AIA Brunner Award, Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts NY, Architectural League, NY State Council of the Arts, and commissioned artist for the Chrystie Street African Burial Ground. He is a former Director of Community Design at the New York City’s Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice and Adjunct Professor at Parsons the New School for Design.



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