Bathsheba Okwenje is an interdisciplinary,  reasercher-artist from Uganda working at the intersection of information practices and aesthetics. Her work is inspired by the hidden histories of people, their interior lives and the interactions between them. She works with narratives, installations and social constructions and uses a variety of systems and media including archives, maps, textiles, photography, video and audio.

Bathsheba spent eleven years working on advocacy and communications in the response to HIV globally and specifically in Africa. She worked with both the United Nations' Programme on HIV and AIDS  and United Nations Development Programme.

Her art work has been shown in India, USA, Uganda, South Africa, Namibia and Switzerland.

Bathsheba is a member of the artist collective Radha May.

She received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.

Contact: bathshebaokwenje[at]

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