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Fatou Kiné Diouf
Fatou Kiné Diouf is a young curator, mainly working in Senegal. She is working on developing a reflection on inequalities on both local and global scales, that could lead to a transnational activism that encompasses local particularities. Besides curating exhibitions, she is taking part in organizing different festivals and cultural programs such. She is a member of VX Lab, an association focused on digital art where she manages projects and of Jàma, a feminist collective based in Dakar. She recently participated in Cura, the Raw Academy Program which is dedicated to young curatorial practitioners.