Temi Odumosu is a British art historian, curator, and creative educator at Malmö University in Sweden. She is the author of Africans in English Caricature, 1769–1819: Black Jokes, White Humour (2017). Her international research and curatorial practice is concerned with the visual and affective politics of slavery and colonialism, Afro-Diaspora aesthetics, decolonial praxis, archival re-enactment(s), critical strategies for digitisation, and more broadly exploring how art mediates social transformation and healing. Recent curative interventions in Scandinavia include What Lies Unspoken: Sounding the Colonial Archive (National Gallery & Royal Library of Denmark, 2017–2018), Milk & Honey (Botkyrka Konsthall, Sweden, 2017), and Possession: Art, Power and Black Womanhood (New Shelter Plan, Denmark, 2014). Temi Odumosu’s research is currently funded by the Riksbanken Jubileumsfond at the School of Arts and Communication, Malmö University.