Eseosa Edebiri (b. 1995) is an interdisciplinary artist from The Bay Area, based in Chicago where she received her BFA from The School of the Art Institute. Her work reflects an interest in autonomy and thoughts on intergenerational trauma while having a slight cheeky playfulness to it. She has a very tactile side to her practice exploring touch and accessibility, aiming to create worlds and build settings as well. Giving representation to BIPOC is often present as well as those who are chronically ill and disabled, all too often these stories are told after they've passed. We continue to see instances of police brutality and she aims to touch on these losses without desensitizing us to the trauma of it all, sharing sparks of joy and fleeting happiness that we do experience while we're alive.