Ariana is an M.A. student in Social and Cultural Anthropology at Concordia and an enthusiast of visual storytelling. Her current research lies at the intersection of spirituality, human/non-human affective relationships and atmospheres of intimacy in the domestic space and the online world. Her most recent project is a short ethnographic film about domestic altars in Buenos Aires result of a collaborative research endeavour. She holds a BA degree in International Studies from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT) of Buenos Aires, Argentina and has a background in gender studies. She worked for several years at Google, and in community organizations that advocate for women in Latin America. She is actively involved in a non-profit based in Montréal that supports survivors of gender violence.