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Marie-Laure Allain Bonilla holds a curatorial studies degree and a doctorate in the history of contemporary art. She is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Basel where she researches Museum Acquisition Policies in the Age of Globalization, and the possibilities of decolonizing institutional practices. She has been working on establishing a monography on the Johannesburg Biennale in collaboration with Natasha Becker, and has also contributed to published collective works, notably the Carnets du BAL, The Art Even, Qalqalah, Africultures, and Criticism of Art. She is currently working on the publication of her doctoral thesis and the proceedings of the Feminist Subjectivities Conference, Queer and Postcolonial Contemporary Art: a Story in Movements, which she co-organized at the Université de Rennes 2 in April 2015.