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About us


Fozia Ismail

Researcher, Creative Producer and Artist

Fozia is founder and researcher at Arawelo Eats, a supper club which explores East African food and what it can mean for our understanding of belonging in a post-Brexit world. 

She has designed and delivered workshops/presentations for organisations such as  Keep It Complex Serpentine Gallery, Jerwood Project Space, Tate Modern, Museum of London,  Colonial Countryside Project, Oxford Cultural Collective.

Her work has been published and featured in a range of media including Observer Food Magazine

and BBC Radio 4 Food Programme.

Ayan Cilmi

Researcher, Creative Producer and Artist

Ayan Cilmi is a filmmaker, thinker, notetaker, and creative, currently occupied with the themes of surveillance, plastic, climate collapse, and displacement. 

You can find her at the PM studio and Spike Island working on various projects derived from the Bristol + Bath Creative R+D funded Audible Tapestries which focused on finding new ways to combine sound with physical 'woven' artefacts. The projects explore the links between Somali nomadic weaving patterns and the songs that are an inherent part of the weaving process. 


We’d love to meet you --get in touch and say hi!

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