Meloe grew up among Black women who were activists, artists, writers and scholars. Having had access to their thoughts and libraries at a very young age, Meloe built their mixed-race trans non-binary self with a strong sense of belonging and consciousness. They graduated in Law, Literature and History and worked as a legalist and activist in the hope to play their part in the movement of liberation of all people; and it is through a combination of circumstances that Meloe has become an artist. Their art practice explores embodied narratives through poems, moving images and performance and has received the Robert Goffin Biennial Poetry Prize.

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