Ngnima Sarr, known as T.I.E, is a multifaceted Senegalese artist: singer, poetess, songwriter, and music producer, leading projects like “T.I.E and The Love Process” and “Exillians.” She also created the immersive show “Lâcher L’homme!” inspired by Frantz Fanon’s essay “Black Skin White Masks.”

Additionally, she recently participated in the thought-provoking piece “Freedom, I’ll have lived your dream until the full last day,” curated by Felwine Sarr, showcased in New York and North Carolina with the support of the Villa Albertine’s Face theater & Fused Program.

T.I.E’s work is rooted In an Afro-eco-feminist vision, evident in her installation “Mawu’s Daughters,” premiered in Dakar during Partcours 2022. T.I.E’s ongoing work “Odyssey in Utero ”, is a polysemous research object initiated in her residency at Banlieues Bleues, Paris 21-22.

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