ELIZABETH MPUTU (U.S.A, 1993) is a Florida native of Congolese descent. They studied Performance Art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and prior to that they attended DePaul University. Their work mostly focuses on the artist's ability to grapple with sexuality, gender, the taboo, health, healing and African spirituality filtered through the performative and digital medium. They hope the findings of their investigations, as defined by the multi-dimensional and biographical pieces they create whether by video, web or physical will be considered THOTful contributions to the archive of the human condition.
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