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Ajamu is a London-based artist and cultural activist working predominately with the Black male body through portraits, self-portraits and studio-based constructed imagery. His work has been shown in many prestigious galleries, museums and alternative spaces around the world including: Neuberger Museum (NYC), Tropen Museum (Amsterdam), Leslie Lohman Lesbian and Gay Art Museum (NYC), Neus Gallery (Austria), Schirn Kunstalle (Germany), Foto Institute (Rotterdam), Pinacoteca Do Estado (Sao Paulo) and Guildhall Art Gallery (London).
Khalil West is a writer, sex-worker, cultural activist and curator originally from Jersey City, NY, now based in Manchester, UK. He founded Chew disco in 2009, a Liverpool and Machester club night and art project that combines DIY music, queerfeminist and anti-racist activism, video and performance art. As a freelance curator Khalil West is currently working with Liverpool’s Homotopia Festival, where his role expands on previous research concerned withi identity and representation, and art from ‘raced’ and/or non-binary queer persepctives.