Burak Taşdizen studied industrial design at Middle East Technical University. He wrote an ethnography of knitting practice over a women’s knitting community, focusing on the micro-economies surrounding the knitting pattern and skill as part of his master’s studies during which he received Course Performance Award from METU Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences. Taşdizen worked as a Research Assistant at Özyeğin University Department of Industrial Design between 2016-2019 and taught undergraduate design studio. Taşdizen’s ethnographically grounded research utilizes a feminist new materialist lens, and is focused on non/human entanglements and situated and embodied knowledge makings around design and medicine. Taşdizen’s research and research-related activities have been supported by Center for Spatial Justice, Expeditions – Research in Applied Anthropology, EASST/4S, Garp Sessions. From 2020 onwards, Burak Taşdizen started working as a Research Associate at Orient-Institut Istanbul, “Human, Medicine, and Society” research field.