Roxane Mbanga (Paris, 1996) is a multidisciplinary artist of Guadeloupean, Cameroonian and French heritage. A graduate of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, she has been awarded the Lichting and Rietveld Reviewed 2021 prizes. Recognized for her TEDx conference "Wearing Your Nudity", Roxane Mbanga has presented her work internationally. Her solo exhibitions have taken place at the Fondation H in Paris and the San Mei Gallery in London, while she has also participated in group exhibitions at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and the National Museum of Cameroon in Yaoundé, among others. Roxane Mbanga's artistic practice spans fashion, film, graphic design, photography, writing and performance, where she weaves narratives that challenge stereotypes of black bodies. Her work explores the relationship between the intimate body and the perceived body as a social receptacle for projections and fantasies of others. Collecting and archiving stories, Roxane Mbanga transcribes the experiences of women with plural identities, capturing traces of their bodies through her lenses. Roxane Mbanga's immersive multimedia installations awaken the senses and play with architecture, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in her reflections on identity and corporeality.