Mawena Yehouessi is co-founder and director of Black(s) to the Future, as well as an artist, dancer, graphic designer, and project manager. Her one and only principle is the « praxis ». Think philosophy and art project management but also contemporary dance and being a self-taught “geek”, to sum up her path. Jack of all trades but nonetheless persistent, she won her spurs in the contemporary art world while developing personal projects : clubbing, publishing, art collectives & exhibitions… B(s)ttF Founder and AD, she aims at enlightening the afro part of the world and performing the future!
CONTRIBUTION TO THE FUNAMBULIST MAGAZINE:
– “Guest Columns: Afrofuturist Politics: Less Power, More Commitment,” in The Funambulist 10 (Mar-Apr 2017) Architecture & Colonialism.