Founded in the last days of 2017 by Sarah Shin and Ben Vickers, Ignota is an invitation to awaken, and at the same time, dream. Deriving their name from Hildegard of Bingen’s mystical Lingua Ignota, they seek to develop a language that makes possible the reimagining and reenchantment of the world around us.
Juliet Jacques is a writer and filmmaker, whose books include Trans: A Memoir (Verso, 2015), and Variations (Influx Press, 2021). Her fiction and journalism have appeared in many publications, including Granta, Frieze, London Review of Books, The Guardian, New York Times, Sight & Sound, Wire and others.
Marissa Malik (she/they) is a London based astrologer, bruja, tarot reader, and sound artist renowned for her intuitive skills in the occult. She works across mediums to explore community care, ancestral connection, and the concept of mother tongue. Malik’s work has appeared on platforms such as Cosmopolitan, Dazed Beauty, Vogue, and BBC Asian Network.
M. J. Harding
M. J. Harding is a music producer from London.