Loren Britton is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher tuning with practices of Critical Pedagogy, Trans*FeministTechnoScience and Disability Justice. Playing with the queer potential of undoing norms they practice joyful accountability to matters of anti-racism, collaboration, Black Feminisms, instability, Trans*Feminisms and transformation. With Isabel Paehr as MELT, they queer knowledges from computation and chemistry to shift metaphors of melting in times of climate change. Britton is an Associate Lecturer in Queer Feminist Technoscience & Digital Design at i-DAT at the University of Plymouth, UK; and an artistic researcher on the interdisciplinary project ‘Re: Coding Algorithmic Culture’ within the Gender/Diversity in Informatics Systems Research Group at the University of Kassel, DE. https://lorenbritton.com/ + http://meltionary.com/.