Kosisochukwu Nnebe is a Nigerian-Canadian visual artist. Inspired by the work of countless Black feminist intellectuals and artists, her work aims to combine critical theory and visual arts practice, and explores the role of art as an interactive and disruptive force. Using phenomenology (the study of experience) as a methodology, her practice aims to engage viewers on issues of race, gender and power in ways that make them aware of their own complicity through interactive and installation-based pieces.
Her work has been exhibited at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Places des Arts and Station 16 in Montreal, and the Mohr Gallery in Mountain View, California. She has given presentations on her artistic practice and research at universities across Quebec, including Laval, McGill and Concordia, and has facilitated youth workshops at the Ottawa Art Gallery and Redwood City High School in California. She is currently based in Ottawa.