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Berette Macaulay is an artist, curator, and writer of multicultural lineage, born in Sierra Leone of West African/French-Dominican/German-Czech descent, raised in Jamaica and the UK before moving to the US. Her work engages (dis)connections of transcultural identities. Work spaces include Baxter St, ICP, Taller Boricua Gallery, NYC; Seattle Storefronts at Amazon, HQ; Photoville LA at Annenberg Space with MFON Women; NPG London; Of Note magazine; UNESCO Courier; and the National Gallery of Jamaica. She is pursuing her MA in Cultural Studies with a research focus on ‘Global Blackness’ at the University of Washington, and has been awarded an Artist Residency Grant for Vermont Studio Center, Summer 2019.