Sarah Ama Duah, Rositsa Mahdi & Naomi Boima
Sarah Ama Duah (GER/GHA) examines space of discrepancy from an Afro-German perspective. The complex relationship between historic narrative and its manifestation in artifacts of cultural remembrance is especially central to her work. In her artistic work, Duah practices sculptural appreciation as performance, gesture and potential.
Rositsa Mahdi (BGR/NGA) works with language and movement. Her background is in research, translation and interpretation as well as in dance, theater and performance. Her interests include questions about identity and belonging, Afro-diasporic and queer perspectives on community and healing, solidary networks and decolonialization.
Naomi Boima (GER/SL) is a performance artist who deconstructs power structures through a Black feminist perspective using various media in order to empower her own community. Her artworks display a strong affinity to creative forms of expression and place the deconstruction of epistemic violence in the foreground.