Kjell Caminha is an artist with growing interest in curatorial strategies as means for furthering decolonial dialogues within his artistic research and practice. He holds a MFA from Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg (SE) where he runs a course on public art and lectures in the bachelor and master fine art programs. Among other projects, Caminha curated a series of seminars fostering discussions on hospitality practices, diversity and migration knowledge and politics: _Practices and Notions of the Migrant Image_ (May 2015); _On Afrophobia: Towards Decolonial Curatorial Approaches_ (January 2016); and worked as art educator with focus on public programming for _Wheredoiendandyoubegin – On Secularity_, Gothenburg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (2017). Lately he co-organised the exhibition _Setting the Table _at Baltic 39 (April 2018) as part of coordination of research project _Stretched – Expanding Notions of Artistic Practices through Artist-led Cultures_ (2015-2018) led by artist Jason E. Bowman. Together with artists Andreas Engman and Rose Borthwick, Caminha is part of the collective Afterworks that, through hosting, food and discussion, aims to address normative historic structures and to rethink and reframe approaches to being together via specifically framed encounters.