In Marcia Kure’s multimedia works, post-colonialism affect, and the increasing fragmentation of our post-capitalist society assemble and combust. Deploying techniques of appropriation and photo collage, Kure navigates a range of material – normative fashion aesthetics, classic juvenile literature, African masks, and children toys – to reimagine new subjectivities and modes of being: sublime, yet not without despair. Her work has been presented widely, including in the exhibition, Body Talk: Feminism, Sexuality and the Body in the Work of Six African Women Artists (2015–16: WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels; Lunds Konsthall; and 49 Nord 6 Est – Frac Lorraine, Metz). Dak’Art – Biennale de l’Art Africain Contemporain, Dakar (2014); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2012); and Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2012). Her work is held in the collections of several prominent institutions, such as the British Museum, London; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.