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Fauziya Johnson

  • Born1997


Fauziya Johnson is a Somali-Dominican, queer artist, curator and producer based in Manchester, who currently works with the contrast and comparing of bodies and architecture, in an aim to decolonise and re-claim spaces and ideologies. Her work in all sectors focuses on encouraging racial equity, debt abolishment, de-constructing colonial places, mental health awareness, and is passionate about representation in all forms of the institution.

She’s also a co-founder and edits ROOT-ed Zine, a self-published zine and social platform that aims to promote, support, represent, and inspire creative people of colour within the North West of England. She has been a Trustee of Metal Culture since March 2021.

In 2018, Fauziya gained a Fine Art degree from Liverpool Hope University in which she received a Scholarship of Excellence, and is currently studying Business Administration.