Anguezomo Mba Bikoro is a visual artist, independent curator and Lecturer of Visual Cultures and Intersectional Black Femninist Literature. Their work analyses processes of power & science fictions in historical archives critically engaging in migrational struggles, queer ecologies, revolt and colonial memory through alternative narratives and future speculations of colonial resistance movements led by African women building towards new monuments which react to the different tones of societies shared between delusions & ritual. They are Artistic Director and Founder of Mobile Squat Museum in Libreville introducing new practices, forms and interactions at the intersections of urban and rural spaces on the role of museum in re-thinking traditions and colonial heritage. She coordinated and curated several independent performance spaces and exhibitions in London including Steven Lawrence Gallery, Open The Gate and the National Portrait Gallery (2009). In 2019, she founded Nyabinghi_Lab, an international platform for creative research projects in urban public spaces fostering legal protection and advocacy against institutional racial discrimination in the cultural arts in Germany. Her work has been internationally recognised in Dakar Biennale (2012 / 2018), Smithsonian African Museum Washington DC (2013), Havana Biennale (2019), with several distinctive awards and was featured on ARTE' s Our Colonial Heritage (2021) and Deutsche Welle (2020).
Anguezomo Mba Bikoro is a participant of the TURN2 Residencies’ programme.