Roshini Kempadoo is a London based Photographer, Media Artist, and Reader in Media Practice at the University of East London. She researches, creates and writes on postcolonialism, memory and archives, the Caribbean, digital media, and visual culture. She has degrees in Visual Communications, Photographic Studies and was awarded her PhD from Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2008.
‘"Imagining Her(story): Engendering archives," in Helen Thornham & Elke Weissmann, eds., Renewing Feminisms: Radical Narratives, Fantasies and Futures in Media Studies (London: I. B. Tauris, 2013).
"Creating Notebooks, Photographs and Interventions: Visualizing African, Caribbean and Arabic Presence in Europe," Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture 3, no. 2 (2012).
28 Days: Reimagining Black History Month, exhibition, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Toronto, 2012.
Liminal: A Question of Position, Rivington Place, London, 2009.
Art & Emancipation In Jamaica: Isaac Mendes Belisario And His Worlds, exhibition, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Conn., 2007.
Roshini Kempadoo work: 1990 – 2004, retrospective exhibition, Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, London, 2004.