Malika Ali Harding serves a community of cultural enthusiasts as a writer, filmmaker, and independent curator. She produces environments that foster deeper dialogues and enable dimensioned conversations, bringing together a global group of fresh thinkers. An alumna of Howard University in Washington, DC and The American Film Institute in Los Angeles, CA, she seeks connection with artists and organizations comfortable with dissent, unafraid of new thought, and ready to cross-exam conventional truths.
Her projects include Curatorious, an art & travel journal featuring personal essays, short stories, profiles, and interviews with underrepresented voices in contemporary art. On The Ground Floor (OTGF), an alternative art space in South Los Angeles through which she has exhibited nearly seventy-five local, national, and international artists, offering cultural producers an experimental physical space to occupy and a discursive digital space to share new concepts. Mouse Ward: The Amitriptyline Experiment, a narrative exhibition produced collaboratively with artists across diverse disciplines and includes video and sound installations, photography, performance, and works on paper.