Born in 1985, Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro is a French-Gabonese multidisciplinary artist. She studied Fine Arts in Gabon and in England before receiving her Master’s degree in Political Philosophy at the University of Greenwich, in London, in 2008. She was awarded a PhD in Philosophy, Art and Postcolonial African Studies from the University of Greenwich and Humboldt University, in Berlin in 2013.
The multidisciplinary techniques of Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro encompass performance and body art, sound art, film, literature and museum archives, installations and mixed media.
Her work is a synthesis of collaborative engagements focused on the dialogue within the international community, the body politic and development on the continents, while focusing on the theme of the decolonization of history.
Her work has been shown in numerous group and solo exhibitions, including the Fondation Blackère, in 2013 and the Dak’art Biennial, in Senegal, in 2012. She was awarded the prestigious Ercilla award at the FIG Print Artfaire in Spain, in 2014, and the Best Discovery Award at the Cutlog contemporary art fair, in New York, in 2013. She has also commissioned exhibitions, and is the founder of the DNA Art Center, in Gabon. She is the coordinator of the Squat Museum program and teaches art, theater and philosophy courses in several international universities.
Nathalie Mba Bikoro,
Future Monuments, 2015,
Photography on light Box, 120 x 81,5 cm,
©Cadre en seine
As you know, the Coronavirus is spreading worldwide. After Asia, Europe and the American continent, the African continent sees the Covid19 epidemic coming with great concern, given the limited health infrastructures available in some countries.
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