Photograph by Nii Obodai Provencal.
(b. 2000) Angolan transdisciplinary Artist-Researcher, graduated in Philosophy with Film and is currently completing a MPhil in Architecture at Royal College of Art.
Paris cross- examines spatial and memorial politics, his practice questions notions of moral codes, authority, authorship, reinstitution & discipleship and are primarily concerned with philosophy, media, visual and material culture.

His ongoing research brings  together different approaches in anticolonial epistemologies to investigate historiography, archiving, image making and choreographies of knowledge production. Following from his first solo exhibition at Turf Projects entitled home is where the body isn’t.(2019) he started contemplating forms of spatial recasting and concepts of home; translated through embodied and gestural processes.

Previous projects include تأريخ |Historiographing integrated as part of 154 Contemporary African art fair 2024 in Marrakesh, Body as Testimony at the Institute of International Visual Arts, 'Tactility: Cultural Heritage and Land' at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, 'Registos Bantu' at Douglas Hyde Gallery in Dublin & 'My Ontological Corporeality' at Hangar in Lisbon.