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ABOUT ME

Orphée Kashala is a UK-based Pan-African and Diasporic Art Curator and Cultural producer. He was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and currently lives in London. From 2020 to 2021 he worked as a producer at Maokwo in Coventry, and In 2021 he was selected for the Emergence(y) project in Birmingham — an Ort Gallery and ICF residency provision for emerging Curators to develop their practices. He is currently studying a degree in Arts Management at Goldsmiths University of London, where he continues his research in Arts and Culture. Orphée is interested in visual arts, visual cultures, semiotics, and performing arts.

MY BACKGROUND

I am a 25 years old Art Curator and Creative producer based in Birmingham. Over the past three years I have worked on various creative projects predominantly in the fine art sector as a curator and organiser including on programmes with the Herbert art gallery and Ort Gallery. More recently I have commenced my emergence as a film and theatre producer.

My curatorial practice uses an interdisciplinary methodology with an emphasis on film as an inclusive medium. I have curated and co-curated art exhibitions including “Survivor’s guilt” (2021), “Vermillion coloured stories” (2022) and “Epiphany temporaire” (2023).

From June 2021 to June 2022, I worked as assistant producer, project manager, marketing lead and production administrator for “Pocket-sized revolution” a touring solo theatre show, funded by The Birmingham Rep sir Barry Jackson fund.

I am currently developing “Logic and Gut”, a Creative Intellectual Property development and Production company.

Contact me today to see what I can offer you!

"A creative work is only complete after perception and interpretation"

~Orphée

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