Born from Cameroonian, Togolese-German and Morrocan-French parents, their understanding of art-making is heavily influenced by the ways they relate to migration and colonialism. They draw from their nomadic migrations to understand, situate, and contextualize their work, as multidimensional, which is often described as ‘personal ‘intimate’ ‘transfixing’ ‘collaborative’ and ‘reflective.’
In all, they are a collaborator: she co-created NO EVIL EYE, a nomadic radical microcinema that curates an eclectic mix of films and programs political workshops around cinema - their film program has toured in Columbus, OH, Brooklyn, NY and New Orleans, LA.
Through a non-hierarchical framework, Ingrid has (co)taught youth & adult art programs at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Black Quantum Futurism’s Black Women Time Camp, Powrplnt, Eyebeam’s Digital Day Camp, Mono No Aware, Education Video Center, Harlem School of the Arts, and more.
They currently co-teach at The Young Artist Program in Philadelphia, PA and virtually co-facilitate the Teen Council cohort at Bronx Museum of the Arts.