Alexandria Eregbu is a multimedia artist, writer, and educator whose practice draws from material histories, lived experiences, and her own imagination to deepen her connectivity to the natural world. Her work is driven by travel, storytelling, memories, (whether lived or dreamt) and surrealist activity across the diaspora— spanning from Nigeria, West Africa, the Caribbean, and to her native city in Chicago. Her contributions have been presented at the Center for Afrofuturist Studies at Public Space One in Iowa City, Poets House in New York, the Camargo Foundation in Cassis, France, Casa Rosada in Salvador, Brazil, and Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans, among others. Her writing has been published by the University of Chicago Press, Terremoto Magazine, and Green Lantern Press. Alexandria is a current Emerging Artist Fellow with the Driehaus Museum (2020); a recipient of the 3Arts Award (2016); and Newcity Breakout Artist (2015). She teaches as a Lecturer in the department of Fiber & Material Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.