SPACE INDUSTRIES is an spatial design collective based in the San Francisco Bay Area, USA, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Currently, they are participating artists in Gray Area Foundation’s 2019—2020 Experiential Space Research Lab, and recently, they were published in Ground Up, a journal of landscape architecture and environmental planning.

Kevin Bernard Moultrie Daye (KBMD) makes music, designs, curates, fabricates, and organizes in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Oakland, California. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles. Recently, he co-curated the exhibition, Forever, A Moment: Black Meditations on Space and Time, for SOMArts in San Francisco.

Brenda Zhang (Bz) makes art, designs, fabricates, teaches, and organizes in Oakland, California, and Los Angeles, California. They hold a Master of Architecture degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Visual Arts from Brown University. They have shown as a visual artist in New York, Providence, and Philadelphia, and they are a collaborating artist for Claire’s Continuum, a project of Resonant Motion, Inc.