Jota Mombaça (b. 1991, Brazil)
Jota Mombaça defines themselves as a non-binary black bicha, born and raised in Natal, in the northeast of Brazil. Bicha has traditionally been a Brazilian slang used against homosexual men. For the artist these characteristics are forms of reappropriation. Mombaça investigates the relationship between monstrosity and humanity, queer studies, political intersectionality, anti-colonial justice, redistribution of violence, visionary fictions and the end of the world.
This is an A3 (297 x 420 mm) Giclée print on Hahnemühle Bamboo 290gsm paper. Each print is supplied with a certificate of authenticity, with hologram stickers and matching edition numbers, issued sequentially by order of purchase as part of a limited issue of 50 prints.
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