Decolonial feminism is a movement and a way of thinking that opposes different systems of domination: capitalist, colonial and patriarchal. This thought, notably deployed by Françoise Vergès in her essay Un féminisme décolonial (2019), differs from universalist and Euro-centric feminist movements. This thought is represented in the exhibition by the tutelary figure of Sarah Maldoror, who knew how to show the realities of colonial oppression. It continues in the work of Daniel Otero Torres, evoking all those figures of revolutionary women who have participated in the popular uprisings against the forces of global oppression. And which is reborn in the work of Lungiswa Gqunta, where care – a skill reserved for women in both ancestral and modern societies – is evoked as a means of individual liberation.