Pamela Tulizo (1993, DRC), photographer and documentary filmmaker, her work focuses primarily on expressions of female identity. A contributor to Agence France-Presse, in 2020 she won the Dior Photography& Visual Arts Award for Young Talents. In the same year, she was the 2020 artist-in-residence at Wiels in Brussels, Belgium. Her recent exhibitions include Future Genealogies, 6th Lubumbashi Biennale, DRC (2019).
"Enfer Paradisiaque" (2021), during the Covid pandemic, which is inspired by the duality of Congo's wealth that does not benefit its people, was notably presented at the galleria Art Noble in Milan, Italy. His photographs of the country's river landscape and water supply crisis are on display at the Trianale di Milano in "The Mysteries of the Universe" (2022). In her series Double Identity, which includes 13 self-portraits, the photographer embodies an African woman torn between her sense of self and the role assigned to her by a globalized society. Trained in journalism studies, Pamela graduated from the Market Photo Workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2019.