Veronique Belinga

Véronique is a researcher, cultural & audio producer whose work engages with cultural/archival memory, documentation as well as Black African and diasporic rhythmic knowledge and praxis. Véronique works across radio, podcasting and has produced heritage and other works related to archive research, revolutionary cultural production, Black queer identity, music and diaspora. In their institutional capacity (past & present) Véronique manages archival collections, coordinates programmes, designs workshops and occasionally curates and hosts collaborators to make a range of creative& holistic and research-based interventions.

BA in International Relations (2015-2018) SOAS University of London | MA in Media and Communications (2018-2019) Goldsmiths University of London. MA Dissertation focused on the development of research methodologies for colonial and music archive collections Revisiting my encounter with Amenata Sako: A Critical Reading of the Archive

Véronique currently runs their music/radio platform (Cadence-coterie) and works as a Programmes Coordinator at the Africa Centre in London.

Lives and works in South London