Anguezomo Mba Bikoro
On Decolonial Queerings, Ancestral Healing, Transformative Justice & Future Monuments
Anguezomo Mba Bikoro merges immersive installations, sonic radio, live art performances, archaeology, film & archives. Their work complicates linear readings and representations of histories pursuing parafiction as a radical black queer feminist strategy to disrupt the notion of a single authorial voice. Their work analyses processes of power & fictions in historical archives critically engaging in migrational struggles. They create environments for untold narratives of resistance movements by African women and indigenous communities. Sedimented in narratives are testimonies of sonic nature archives, queering ecologies and postcolonial black radical feminist experiences towards new monuments, reacting to the different tones of societies shared between delusions & ritual. They bring new investigations about the architectures of racisms in cities, the archeologies of urban spaces & economies of tradition systems by exposing the limitations of technologies as functional memory records.