I have a background in cultural and visual anthropology and have used my ethnographic research background to practice as a curator within the arts and cultural sector. Thus far in Ethiopia and has been the assistant curator of the White Cube Museum in the Congo. Working at both institutions on ethnographic research with a focuson public mediation through this curatorial work. My roots have led me to have a specific interest in coloniality to find solutions to types of practices which can be conducted within the art sector to practice decoloniality. Through public mediation, my research focuses on reimagining decolonialisation as a creative practice. A practice which can then be community, care and solidarity based. Furthermore, I have also had a particular interest in the performing arts sector. Previously conducting research about the processes of creation under political and social unrest. Combining my research background in international relations and politics with my ethnographic research focus on understanding how creative practices can take place in contentious spaces. Conducting research in parts of East Africa to follow the lives of visual and performing artists to see how their practices differ in varying environments.