Rebekah Ubuntu

they/them, she/her
The artist Rebekah Ubuntu, is DJ-ing on a sparkling turquoise audio mixer. They have braided cyan coloured hair and wear a gold sequinned jacket and colourful light-up rings on their fingers. Behind them are paintings on a white gallery wall.

Rebekah Ubuntu is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, university lecturer and artist mentor based between London and Kent, UK.

Their practice explores speculative fiction, ecologies and belonging through voice and sound art, electronic music (composition and improvisation), moving image, writing and performance. She also co-creates in mixed reality, installation, radio, podcasts and workshops.

Rebekah is 2022 Artist in Residence at Wysing Arts Centre and Drake Music, a Jerwood Arts Bursary recipient (2021), Womxn of Colour Art Award finalist (2021) and Adam Reynolds Award finalist (2021).

Rebekah Ubuntu identifies as Black, queer, genderqueer and disabled. Transfeminist, disability, climate and healing justice perspectives and practices are central components of their praxis and research.

About Ecologies of Reflection: An Embodied Process

This piece was created by Rebekah Ubuntu as part of their Drake Music residency of 2022.

Supported by Wysing Arts Centre and Arts Council England.

Composed, performed, mixed and mastered by Rebekah Ubuntu.

Audio Description by Michael Achtman.
Subtitles by Stagetext.