Rebekah Ubuntu is a multidisciplinary sound artist and university lecturer. Their practice explores speculative fiction through electronic music, sound art, voice, performance, installation, text, songwriting and the moving image. 

Most recently, Tate Modern commissioned Rebekah to create ‘Despair, Hope and Healing’, an audiovisual performance exploring climate justice in response to the Olafur Eliasson exhibit. In tandem with this performance, Tate Modern’s Uniqlo Lates invited them to discuss the influence of Afrofuturism in their work.

Their work has featured at BBC Radio 1, Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Wellcome Collection, Barbican Centre, The Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, New Art Exchange, Copeland Gallery, London’s Serpentine Galleries and European arts institutions.

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Twitter: @rebekahubuntu

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