Dzifa Benson is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist whose work intersects science, art, technology, the body and ritual which she explores through poetry, prose, theatre, libretto, performance, curation, visual arts, immersive technologies, essays and criticism. Her poetry has been frequently anthologised and has been recognised with fellowships from Jerwood Compton Poetry and Hedgebrook, and was shortlisted for the inaugural James Berry Poetry Prize. Dzifa has had poetry, curatorial and editorial residences at Whitstable Biennale, Estuary Festival, the Courtauld Institute of Art, Orleans House Gallery, the Royal Geographical Society, Granta Magazine and Curtis Brown Creative. Dzifa has toured South Africa and the UK with the British Council, is a Ledbury Poetry Critic, Associate Board Member of Tavaziva Dance and holds a Masters degree in Text & Performance from RADA and Birkbeck.
For TLC Dzifa reads poetry, fiction, memoir and short stories