Saudade Toxosi is a psycho-spiritual artist and image curator working in painting, charcoal drawings, photography, mixed media, sound design, and assemblage. For more than two decades, Toxosi has engaged in a meditative curatorial process of selecting and organizing found images that explore and articulate her thoughts about the “New Indigenous African” experience in the United States as well as all people of color around the world. These image pairings through her prevailing curatorial project Equinox 1600 have garnered attention from artists, filmmakers and cinematographers and have informed some of the most important visual and narrative statements of our time notably Bradford Young Black History Written By (2021), Kahlil Joseph’s Lemonade (2016), Fly Paper (2017), and Arthur Jafa’s Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death (2016) where Toxosi worked directly with the filmmakers.