"Black women are taught that we have to work 10 times harder than everyone else just to survive. And because of that I've had to adapt, learn and be so many things just to exist. It's a blessing and a curse. But I can confidently say I am at peace with myself and the strength that's grown in me. I forgive the world, but I will never forget."
Serwah Gyekyewah Attafuah is an Ashanti/Fante woman currently living on Gadigal land. She drives a staunch anticolonial message through her art and music by championing marginalised voices and narratives.
She works alongside several First Nations, black and LGBTQI+ groups and organisations. Creating digital wastelands and afro futuristic reflections of self through 3D art and paintings with strong ancestral themes.
She currently does vocals for punk band NASHO and a hardcore techno group MANA, guitars for death metal band DISPOSSESSED.