Mirembe is a curator, writer, and researcher. Their interdisciplinary curatorial practice attends to literary and visual cultures through a black studies lens. They explore ideas of blackness as a shared ground for intimacy, theory, play, and method. They work with the Njabala Foundation in Kampala to promote and facilitate visibility for women artists.
Mirembe is currently a research fellow with the Center for Humanities Research at the University of the Western Cape. They have held fellowships and residencies with the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town, the Arak Art Collection in Doha, the Center for Arts, Design + Social Research in Boston, 32° Degrees East | Ugandan Arts Trust in Kampala, and Bag Factory Artists’ Studios in Johannesburg.
Mirembe’s writing has been published in Artforum, Africa is a Country, African Arguments, Literary Hub, Johannesburg Review of Books, African Feminism, and others.