Residing at the intersections of contemporary art, critical theory, critical historiography, and curatoriality, Negarra A. Kudumu's practice is situated squarely within the domain of cultural production and consumption. She is ever investigating the ways in which these processes are visually and discursively interpreted, with an expertise in the contemporary art of the African continent and its diaspora, and a special interest in the emerging visual culture of South Asia, and its diasporas.
Negarra received her BA from Dartmouth College and her MA from Leiden University. She is Manager of Public Programs at the Frye Art Museum and Founder and Owner of Perpetuity Healing Arts.
Cover image: Installation view of Figuring History: Robert Colescott, Kerry James Marshall, Mickalene Thomas at the Seattle Art Museum. © Seattle Art Museum, Photo: Stephanie Fink.