Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo is an artist, abolitionist, storyteller, cultural worker and person of multitudes. Through a practice based in the printed multiple, community-based work, performance and installation building, they invite the viewer to recall and share their own lived narratives, offering power and weight to the creation of a larger dialogue around the telling of Black, Indigenous, Queer, Trans, People of color’s stories. Lukaza has had solo shows at September Gallery, Deli Gallery, Roll Up Projects and Printed Matter Inc. Their work has been included in exhibitions and performances at MOCA Cleveland, Konsthall C, EFA Project Space, San Francisco Arts Commision, Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, and L’Internationale Online, amongst others. Lukaza’s artist books and printed editions have been published by Endless Editions, Childish Books, Ghost Proposal, Press Press, Center for Liberatory Practice & Poetry and Printed Matter Inc.