Fabian Holle (they/them) graduated as a theater maker at the HKU (University of the Arts Utrecht) in 2004. They worked with directors and choreographers, co-founded theater collective Ponies (2005–2015) and performed in drag. In 2020, they completed a Master in Sociology (cum laude) at VU Amsterdam. They won the 2020 ARC-GS MA Thesis Prize (Amsterdam Research Centre for Gender and Sexuality at UvA). In their Master thesis they analyzed how art practicing queer refugees challenge exclusionary social structures. Together with Maria Rast and Prof. Halleh Ghorashi, the master thesis was rewritten and published in Frontiers in Sociology. Currently, Fabian is a PhD candidate at the department of Sociology at VU Amsterdam and part of the research project Engaged Scholarship and Narratives of Change. The co-creation project LIMBOis part of this research, which is facilitated by Fabian together with Noa Bawits, Framer Framed and queer refugee community organizers and artists.