Sedera Ranaivoarinosy, France

Sedera Ranaivoarinosy (FR) is a freelance writer, journalist and translator based in Paris. She studied journalism and dramatic literature in New York and came back home to work in the philanthropy and social economy sectors for 5 years before going freelance to go back to her great love: writing, in French and in English. Her work centres around amplifying initiatives that foster change in the world. When writing about art, she seeks to capture the transformative power of performance on its viewers. She is currently working on a book project rooted in the history of women in the hip-hop movement, with dance as a central focus.

Media by Sedera Ranaivoarinosy
Read Icon Woman in salmon shirt and blonde wig in the foreground, behind her, blurred is another in the same outfit. Both pictured against a tree-lined park road on a grey day


Oona through the ages

Read Icon Woman dressed in black is doubled over, head down and face hidden, arms hanging and straight legs crossed. On her head, an embroidered red funnel-like hat. Behind, some orange-red curtains


Elle Sofe Sara: Vástádus eana – The answer is land

Read Icon Left: woman in bright red top, white shorts and patterned socks, in kooky pose. Right: 3 figures in dark clothes, one upright, two kneeling


Danse Élargie: almost ridding dance of its borders