Travis Alabanza is a Black, trans, femme performance artist who combines the soul of their mother and the spirit of their council estate to create a combination of poetic, visual, and audio responses to topics such as race, gender and class. Recently published in Black & Gay in the UK, Black girl dangerous, Not trans enough and the Barbican Young Poets 2015/16 Anthology, Alabanza's words unapologetically scream about the revolution they deserve. In 2015/16 they have toured their show Stories of A Queer Brown Muddy Kid to a sold out Vauxhall Tavern, Keble Arts Festival, Oxford Queer Week and Housman's Bookstore. In 2016/17 they are one of the artist and residences at the Tate, as well as recently performing in Scottee's acclaimed show Putting Words in Your Mouth at the Roundhouse. Alabanza will have their first solo show in February at Transmission's Gallery, Glasgow.