Wana Udobang is a storyteller and artist working at the intersection of journalism, poetry, performance and film. Her journalism covers women, culture and the arts with work appearing on the BBC, Aljazeera, The Guardian and other international media. Her poetry interrogates memory, womanhood, healing, love and re-imagination. She has two studio albums Dirty Laundry and In memory of forgetting. She has been featured on CNN’s African Voices as an emerging poet. Udobang’s video works include; Nylon, Warriors and the archival project Culture Diaries which uses video interviews to document the works of African artists.
She loves travel, food, wine, and adventure and still harbours a desire to become an interior stylist and lingerie model.
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