Bikoro uses live art practices and photography story-telling to create living and performative archives contesting the nature of our cultures, histories and identity. She explains that her research is a time-machine reacting to sense-memory and political landscapes to create Human Monuments about spaces and peoples across all nations to re-invent memorial post colonial gestures towards freedom. These narratives are based on true stories and meander with visual fictions.
Bikoro is a conceptual artist from Gabon (Central West Africa) and is presently based in Berlin. She is director of Squat Museum centered around visual arts methods of decolonisation across cultures and geographies such as Brazil, Canada, Mexico, India & Africa.
Her most recent significant contributions have been shown in Dak'art Biennale (2012); Museum of African Art Washington DC (2013); Tiwani Contemporary London (2012); and Kalao Pan African Galleries Bilbao (2014).