Chemu Ng’ok (b. Nairobi, Kenya), completed her MFA in Painting at Rhodes University (2017) and is a recipient of the Mellon Foundation’s Visual and Performing Arts of Africa Masters Bursary (2016). Solo presentations include her MFA thesis show, Riot (2017); her graduate solo exhibition Social Revolution (2014); and a solo booth at the FNB Joburg Art Fair titled Self Esteem for Girls (2017). In 2018, Ng’ok was included in the New Museum Triennial; Songs for Sabotage in New York. Other Group exhibitions include My Kind of Protest at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery (2019), Love your symptom, but not too much at Blank Projects (2020), and Aletheia at CENTRAL FINE (2021). Ng’ok was an artist resident at the Fountainhead Residency in Miami, FL in collaboration with the Africa Centre, Cape Town, South Africa (2019). An Enigma is Chemu Ng’ok first solo exhibition in the United States, and at CENTRAL FINE (2021).