Art and Architecture Historian, Student at Cornell University. With a degree in
the History of Art and a Master in Advanced Studies in Theory and History of Architecture, she is a founding member of the Oral Resources Laboratory in Equatorial Guinea and is also a member of the Afro-European research group at the University of León. She recently joined the ACC, African Centre for Cities, multidisciplinary research group at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
As an independent curator she has worked on various interdisciplinary projects focused on the recovery of the collective memory, interventions in the public space and urban ethnography including, among others, Authentic Fiction, Tentativa de agotar un lugar africano, Terrain Vague or Africalls? Collaborates with publications such as Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art and Atlantica, Revista de Arte y Pensamiento. Dyangani Ose has worked as a curator at CAAC, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville; and at CAAM, Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, where she curated the exhibitions Tres Escenarios and Olvida quién soy/ Erase me from who I am. She also curated the Arte inVisible project at ARCOmadrid 2009 and 2010.