Pauline Buhlebenkosi Ndhlovu is a Zimbabwean-Namibian writer, curator, and visual anthropologist. Her work focuses primarily on exploring the interconnected affective registers associated with sensory experience. Through her writing and occasional image-making, she explores how words, images, sounds, and silences articulate different kinds of knowledge. Thematically, Buhle’s work explores black representation and black interiority, focusing specifically on the ways in which the themes of land, migration, memory, healing and time cut across. Buhle is the current Winner of the Bank Windhoek Doek! Literary Awards Poetry Prize. In 2022, as a Chevening Scholar, she obtained a Master’s degree in Visual Anthropology from the University of Manchester. Buhle is currently a Zeitz MOCAA and UWC Museum Fellow, learning about curatorial practice, collections management, and contemporary scholarship on art discourse from the continent and its diaspora.