Khadijah Morley (she/her) is a Tkaronto (Toronto) based artist with a BFA in Drawing and Painting and a minor in Printmaking from OCAD University. Through the process of etching and relief printing, Khadijah explores the complexities of Black womanhood through an autobiographical lens. She often uses self-portraiture to deconstruct the fallacy of a Black monolithic experience. She hopes that her subject matter serves to expand discourse surrounding Black subjectivity. Khadijah’s work invokes notions of Hooks’ oppositional gaze and Du Bois’ double consciousness.