Mahlet Cuff is an interdisciplinary artist who produces their work through digital, and film still photography as well as audio recordings. They explore subjects of race, gender, sexuality to question relationships between kin and the relationship they have with themselves. She is also a community organizer and founder of the group Justice 4 Black lives Winnipeg where she advocates for abolition and safety of all Black people. She has curatorial experience with being involved with Patterns Collective and co-curating work for Window Winnipeg, the exhibition called “Joy is more than just a feeling.” Their work has been shown at the University of Winnipeg’s Gallery 1C03, Window Winnipeg, Flip Fest, and in the artist run center “Tea Base'' in Toronto, Ontario.
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