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Fannie Sosa lives and works between Europe and South America.
2014-Ongoing: Phd Candidate, Lille III University, France
2010-2012: MA Performance Art and New Media, Paris VIII University, France
2008-2010: MA in International Artistic Cooperation, Paris VIII University, France.
2008-2009: Year 1 on Physical Theater School Jacques Lecoq, Paris, France.
2005-2008: BA in Performance Art, Licence Arts du Spectacle, Paris VIII University, France.
Wichtige Projekte / Ausstellungen: 
Fannie Sosa is an award winning afro-sudaka mover and shaker, artist, and activist. Currently finishing their PhD, titled "Pleasure Against The Machine: Pleasurable Strategies for Anti-Colonial Survival during the Capitalocene", they have been creating and sharing pleasurable anti-colonial strategies and mixed-media knowledge packages for 10 years. Their work spans video/tutorials, consultations, sexual well-being workshops, movement practices, writing, and knowledge bundles.
They muse often about the intersections between pleasure, vibrational technologies, and race, which in turn engender mutant written and visual materials exploring erotic autonomy and politics/policies, such as "Black Power Naps" (2018), "I Need This In My Life" (2016), and "Baby! Love Your Body" (2015), which have amassed over 1 million views on Youtube.
Sosa wrote A White Institutions Guide for Welcoming Artists of Color and their Audiences (WIGWACATA) in 2016. The guide has been utilised by over 200 cultural institutions around the world to better their equity practices.
Auszeichnungen / Preise: 
A.o.: 2018 Creative Capital Grant for Black Power Naps with Navild Acosta; 2017-2018 Production Residency, Matadero Madrid, Centro de Residencias Artisticas, Madrid, ES; 2017 Artistic Residency, Mousonturm, Dance Studio Residency, Frankfurt, DE; 2015 Artistic Residency, Tate Modern, “Melinate The Tate” w/Youth Programme, London, GB; 2015 Named 1 of 5 young revolutionary feminists you need to know, by Dazed Mag and 2015 Mobility Scholarship, Lille III University, Rio de Janeiro, BRA.