Born in 1985, Nathalie Mba Bikoro is a French-Gabonese interdisciplinary artist who creates contemporary performance referring to the body, cinema and African voices. Linked to cultural, social and political elements, her performance practice also examines issues of human rights and cultural identity. She is an emergent art curator and lecturer. Exhibitions have included “African Heritage” in London, “Simplicity as Irrational Fear” in South Africa, “African Contemporary Art” in Basel.
« The Playground & From The Sky »: This triptych is part of a series called “Alice In Wonderland”. It highlights scenes of prosecution, celebration, magic where animals may be symbolized as a metamorphosis of peoples. Suspended between time and space, reality and imagination, between her mother and her father, Alice is a history, a journey that belongs to all of us.