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Kinship, Care, and Pleasure Activism with Speculative Writer and Artist Ama Josephine Budge

In this captivating episode, we plunge into the realm of speculative writing, art, and healing with Ama Josephine Budge—a visionary artist, curator, and pleasure activist. Fearlessly navigating the intersections of race, art, ecology, and Blackness in her interdisciplinary practice, Ama invites us on a journey of exploration and enlightenment.

Episode: 28

In this episode, we dive into the world of speculative writing, art, and healing with ⁠Ama Josephine Budge⁠, a boundary-pushing artist, curator, and pleasure activist, who fearlessly explores the intersections of race, art, ecology, and Blackness in her interdisciplinary practice.


Ama Josephine Budge is a British-Ghanaian Speculative Writer, Artist, Curator and Pleasure Activist who explores the kinships between Blackness, feminism, decolonial aesthetics, queer erotics and ecology to form a praxis she has named Intimate Ecologies, working toward liberatory interspecies futures.

Usually based in London, Ama can also be found loitering around the fried egg stalls of Accra, or gallery bookshops in New York City. 

Putting the Cooker on Low (film)


Common Ground began last fall and now continues in the growing season. We invite you to experience four newly commissioned works from artists whose practices engage with food sovereignty, climate change, and land rights. Their work gives us an opportunity to imagine together a more equitable, sustainable, and healthful future.

Common Ground is the fourth edition of the Fisher Center LAB Biennial, a thematic festival that invites and commissions artists to create new works that grapple with some of the most pressing questions of our time.

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