Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski is an archivist and mixed media artist/designer, currently pursuing a collaborative PhD at Chelsea College of Arts (UAL) /Tate. Her doctoral research places much-needed critical attention on Jamaican-born Modernist sculptor Ronald Moody and his niece Cynthia Moody. Her chapter titled “Recasting Jamaican sculptor Ronald Moody (1900-1984): An archival homecoming” was recently published in Archiving Caribbean Identity, Records, Community, and Memory (Routledge, 2022). She holds an MA in Archives and Record Management, International (UCL). Ahaiwe Sowinski was the archivist for the Rita Keegan Archive Project and co-edited Mirror Reflecting Darkly: The Rita Keegan Archive (Goldsmiths Press, 2021). Ahaiwe Sowinski also co-curated 20/20 [a brief survey] a multi-sensory immersive exhibition feature, which included the work of over 40 artists, with visual artist Aida Wilde (Truman Brewery, London, 2021).