Caroline Bergvall is a French-Norwegian poet, writer, and artist. She works across languages, media, and art forms, and her interests run from multilingual poetics to feminism to issues of cultural belonging. Her work includes both published poetic works and performances, which are often collaborative sound-driven projects with sound artists. Her books of po-etry and hybrid writing include Strange Passage: A Choral Poem, Goan Atom, Fig, Alyson Singes, Meddle English, Drift, and the forthcoming third volume in a trilogy of works inspired by medieval sources, Alisoun Sings. Her work has been com-missioned and shown by prominent institutions such as MoMA in New York City, Tate Modern in London, and the Muse-um of Contemporary Arts in Antwerp. She is currently a Visiting Professor in Medieval Studies at King’s College London.