Félicie Kertudo is a recent Royal College of Art graduate, where she was enrolled as a MRes Arts & Humanities student, coming from a history and political sciences background. She spent many months exploring the dynamics of Women-Only spaces through a Watery (auto)ethnographic case study of the Kenwood Ladies Pond, Hampstead Heath, London. Using her own diseased Skin as a key interface between her Body and its natural surroundings throughout the research journey, Kertudo calls for a better representation of the diversity of bodily subjectivities. She is focusing on key philosophical theories such as ‘Ecofeminism’, ‘Hydrofeminism’ and ‘Phenomenology’. Her work has been exhibited in art galleries and she has been leading some reading groups and other events.