Immaculata/Nneomain honour of beauty, informality, folk gist and soft bends. 

Hello, I am a researcher, writer, and visual artist (photograpy, film, collage) exploring how Africans are making a living, particularly through ideas and practices of home, rest/relief, fear and pain.

I have written/photographed for international publications like Le Temps (Switzerland), The Guardian (UK), The Republic (NG) and African Arguments. My academic background is in history, literature and cultural theory and I have degrees from Queen Mary University of London and the University of Oxford. 

I’m currently a research fellow with the Shared Heritage Africa project between DOCOMOMO International and Architectuul. Previous appointments include the inaugural freelance journalism fellowship at African Arguments (Royal African Society), a 2022 West African writer-in-residence at the Library of Africa and the African Diaspora, and more.

For art, writing and consulting engagements and commissions, 
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