Imani Robinson is a writer, researcher and curator. Her artistic practice works with prose, poetry, ritual and performance and is broadly concerned with psychogeography and blackness. She is currently completing an MA in Forensic Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London.
I’m a London-based writer, curator and live art practitioner. Since 2015 I have been a member of SYFU Collective, with whom I have co-curated exhibitions in Glasgow and London; programmed events, talks and workshops throughout the UK and Europe and developed my artistic, educational and facilitation practice. I am currently completing my MA in Forensic Architecture at Goldsmiths, UoL, exploring black geographies, prison abolition & the politics of safety. I am also a proud trustee of ONCA Gallery, Brighton.
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