Beya Gille Gacha was born on the 8th of December 1990 in Paris, to Cameroonian-Bamiléké mother and French father. From an early age she got used to frequent changes, to travellin..
Black Panther, the movie, catapulted Afrofuturism and Black ideas of alternative future into the mainstream. For many viewers across the world, the movie was the first time that ..
You know it’s Biennale season because there’s an uneasy air of low-key artsy sophistication everywhere. As expected, Berlin desperately wants to remain the coolest Art Metropolis..
Sanford Biggers is an American multidisciplinary artist and musician. He spent last year in Italy as a fellow of the American Academy in Rome. In January 2018 he was featured in ..
Two women, two underground icons, two generations, a unique approach to making music, building scenarios and transporting the audience. This is the asset that created one of the ..
Jojo Abot is a sublime enigma, a spirit robot: a seeker of the divine. She is also a multimedia artist expressing herself via her signature afro-hypno-sonic sound, stunning visua..
“My generation, those born in the late ‘70s—I was born in 1979—is a generation of immigrants. I live in Bruxelles. In 2004, when Poland joined the European Union, borders opened ..
The Italian term ozio has multiple meanings. It is associated with idleness, leisure, sloth, contemplation, inactivity, indolence, inertia, fatigue, either triggered by nature, o..
To this day, colours like blue and pink are used to indicate the gender of newborns and children, a mental association so deeply rooted in our cultural baggage that even when we ..
Womanhood, self-discovery, creativity and a strong desire to help, these are the pillars of Eniye Kagbala’s new project, Pathways.
The short-film, created in collaboration wit..