Jamila Prowse is an independent curator, writer and editor, aiming to develop new dialogues and structures around identity and care within the visual arts. Specialising in moving image, photography and community focused programming, Jamila works primarily to center and engage underrepresented artists and audiences. Jamila is the Guest Editor for Photoworks special edition Annual in 2020, celebrating 25 years of the organisation. Recent curatorial projects include Dancing in Peckham, Peckham 24, London (May 2019); MOVE, 1-1, Basel (March 2019); Reflections of Us, Brighton Photo Fringe, Brighton (October 2018). She has written around representation, identity, disability and care for Magazine Art Work, Photoworks, Dazed, and was the founder of alternative women’s magazine Typical Girls.
Photo Credit: Dave Rowswell