Sandra Mujinga (b. 1989, Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo) is a Norwegian artist and musician whose practice plays with economies of visibility and disappearance, and negotiates questions of self-representation and -preservation, appearance and opacity. Moving across mediums she departs from a purely anthropocentric approach to understanding the transient world we are living in now. The Reworlding Remains series explores the science-fantasy genre’s concept of world building, and re-worlding, as a way to rethink existing concepts. Mujinga thinks of dinosaur fossils as similar to the state architecture is in when it is in the process of either decaying or being built. These processes as well as the process of excavating and replicating found fossils are in some ways indeterminate as to whether they represent states of decay or construction or both. Through researching the process of replication of dinosaur fossils, thinking about bones that have to be replicated and mirrored to build imagined /speculative bodies, Mujinga started to think about the idea of decay and rebuilding as ways of “reworlding” in parallel timelines. The body of the dinosaur becomes a speculative site, and a way to think of future bodies. Mujinga graduated with a MFA from Malmö Art Academy in 2015. Recent solo-exhibitions include Midnight at Vleeshal in Middelburg, and SONW – Shadow of New Worlds in Bergen Kunsthall.