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Yinka Shonibare MBE
Born in London and raised in Nigeria, Shonibare employs a diverse range of media – from sculpture, painting and installation to photography and film – to probe matters of race, class, cultural identity and history. He is perhaps best known for his signature use of a colourful “African” batik fabric that actually originated in Indonesia and was introduced to Africa in the 19th century by British and Dutch colonisers.
Nana Ayebia Clarke MBE
Margaret Busby OBE
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Frances Mensah Williams
She is the author of ‘Elephant’, her debut collection of poetry exploring themes such as Black British womanhood, girlhood, racism, gentrification and sexism; and is the producer of upcoming documentary, ‘1500 & Counting’, a film investigating police brutality and deaths in custody in the UK.
Siana’s other works include ‘Denim’, a short film exploring gentrification in South East London, as well as numerous essays and features in publications such as Media Diversified, Consented, Black Ballad, VICE, The Fader, BBC, Channel 4, The Green European Journal, Ladybeard, and Buzzfeed.
Siana is also the founder of independent publishing house, Haus of Liberated Reading and the editor of Black British Feminist platform, No Fly on the WALL.