Oulimata Gueye is a Senegalese and French critic and curator. Her curatorial approach is based on research at the intersection of digital and scientific cultures, contemporary art, popular culture, literature and political ethics. She has a longstanding interest and commitment to the uses of digital technologies in Africa and within its diasporas. Through her projects, Africa SF, Non-Aligned Utopias, Afrocyberfeminisms, she studied the intersections between fiction, science and technology that allow for the development of critical analysis and the imagination of alternative histories. In 2021, she curated the exhibition UFA, Université des Futurs Africains (UFA, University of African Futures) at le lieu unique, in Nantes. She has co-directed the publication Digital Imaginaries, African positions beyonds binaries, (ZKM/Kerber, March 2021). She is currently in charge of the post-diploma programme at l'École Nationale des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA) in Lyon (FR).