Felisha Maria Bahadur is a Trinidadian artistic researcher who lives and works in Kiel, Hamburg and Paris. Her lectures, writings and artwork are concerned with the re-contextualisation of cultural commodities in the german-french linguistic, literary and historical Contact Zones. Her artistic practise utilises painting, embroidery and performative installations.

Having exhibited and worked in Germany, Poland, China and Trinidad and Tobago, she has also completed research internships at l’Université Paris VIII and 14°N61°W in Martinique. In 2019 she interpreted George Simenon’s Les Anneaux de Bicêtre and continues exploring intersectionality in the legacy of Benoîte Groult.

Since 2017 she has been an Associate Lecturer in Fine Arts at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Art and Design in Kiel, Germany, most recently co-hosting a Portfolio Workshop with artist Juan Blanco.


Press and Links

Personenverzeichnis Muthesius Kunsthochschule

Anscharcampus Wer ist Wer

Kieler Ateliertage 2020

The Shadow Waiting For the Full Moon

Über’s Sammeln: Museum in der Nußschale

Farbe ins Vicelinviertel gebracht

Prima Kunst

Postal Art T&T