Sabrina Henry is a curator and costume designer. Her curatorial practise thinks through questions of post-coloniality as they exist in Scotland to contribute to the wider discourse around the effects of power and modernity with a focus on the geographies of the Atlantic. In her costume practice she works with artists of various disciplines to connect pre-colonial traditions with the contemporary British experience as a way to re-imagine the future. Her textile work uses handcraft techniques to create contemporary artefacts that retell the history of Black diasporic presence in Scotland. As part of the British Art Network research group The Re-Action of Black Performance, she is exploring how the state of being re-active is used as a theme in Black British performance art. Sabrina works as a curator at Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow.