Nathalie Mba Bikoro’s practice is a critical process informed by discourses of histories, archives and theories on postcolonialism, diaspora, migration, identities, afro & alter modernism and culture. Her exploration of heritage and memory investigates systems of power and navigations of alternative spaces with urban and rural ecosystems based on colonial debris. Her approach dismantles colonial narratives by engaging community participation to answer political anecdotes of the way we live.
She is Associate Lecturer in Philosophy and Arts History and Curator of Performance Programmes at SAVVY Contemporary gallery in Berlin and director of Squat Museum in Gabon and Artistic Director of Squat Monument & Future Monuments. She is workshop facilitator on Visual Cultures & Decolonial Practices at TransArt Institute, Kuringa’s Magdalena Theatre Laboratory and International Youth EU Weimar Programme on Decolonial Histories.