Oulimata Gueye

Oulimata Gueye is a Senegalese and French art critic and exhibition curator. Her curatorial approach is based on research at the intersection of digital sciences and technologies, contemporary art, literature and popular cultures. She has participated in numerous international projects around electronic cultures, performance, experimental sound practices and media arts. Her recent work combines fiction, science, technology and knowledge with regard to the place of Africa and its diasporas, from a critical analysis perspective and taking an alternative position. She recently co-edited the book Digital Imaginaries, African positions beyond binaries, ZKM-Kerber (DE), 2021, was curator of the exhibition UFA University of African Futures, at Lieu Unique, Nantes (FR) in 2021, and is a researcher invited to the Canadian Center for Architecture CCA (CA). She teaches and directs the Post-graduate in Art at the Ecole nationale des Beaux-Arts de Lyon – Ensba Lyon (FR).

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