Nikita Sena is a writer and researcher based in London, by way of Ghana. She has a background in human rights and is interested in the role of art and creative practices in revealing both the nature of oppression and routes to liberation. Her work has appeared in gal-dem, Bad Form, Untitled:Voices and EYESORE. As a curatorial resident at be’kech, a former community workspace in Berlin, she facilitated workshops that used collage and painting to explore socio-political issues. She has also worked with one of her favourite people to curate an online event with Autograph ABP London, on artivism and transnational solidarity. Nikita’s dream is to create spaces that reject the tyranny of oppression, alienation, and inertia so that we can instead be submerged in pleasure, experimentation and the possibility of poetic revolution.