Forsenga is an interdisciplinary performance art installation, responding to multidisciplinary artist Senga Nengudi’s sculptural works often referred to as the R.S.V.P. ‘hosiery series’. Like Nengudi’s practice - which comments on the female body through common household materials - Forsenga explores the erasure of the female form and aspirations of images of perfection never reached.
Katrina De Wees is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, educator and curator specializing in contemporary art. She currently works in Museum Education at The Studio Museum in Harlem, and is the current Curatorial Fellow at Danspace Project. She graduated from Hampshire College in 2010 with a concentration on Black Performative Arts as Liberation.