Geert Vermeire is a curator, artist, poet working between Belgium, Greece and Brazil, with a focus on spatial writing, locative sound & performance and social practices.  He develops collaborative processes, departing from the ethical involvement of cultural action, together with other creatives and activists comprising ecologists, anthropologists, musicologists, engineers and multimedia artists.  Specific interest in his practice goes to walking as a creative instrument, unfolding around human connections, text and space, resulting in works of arts, site-specific interventions, locative media and in creative walks engaging both with the landscape and with those walking through the landscape. Together with Fred Adam he coordinates Supercluster, a digital platform as collaborative meeting grounds for locative media in the XXI century, exploring new forms of creating and learning with locative media in the light of locally-globally issues, our planetary crises and forces of global change, encouraging local and global joined-up-thinking. He manages as well the Milena principle, an interdisciplinary art platform centred around ecology and science, and walk listen create, an online global community for walking creatives of all disciplines. For Oika, a community of scientists, artists, storytellers and cultural creatives dedicated to manifesting ecological intelligence through their work, he is permanent curator of the project Into the Artmosphere.