MA Photography | Class of 2020
Jhanee Wilkins is an aspiring visual artist based in Birmingham. Wilkins works digitally, using still and moving images, with audio and text to explore political and often autobiographical subjects that relate to feminism, immigration and racism, and identity. Within her work, Wilkins uses several methods such as self-portraiture, constructed image, performance and documentary photography. As a Black woman and descendant of Caribbean immigrants, these issues are at the core of her identity. The intention behind Wilkins’ work is to open people’s minds, educate them, and start conversations.