Aïcha Diallo was born and raised in Berlin with a Guinean francophone heritage. She is a cultural producer and interdisciplinary thinker. Diallo has worked for the pan-African cultural platform Chimurenga in Cape Town, the exhibition project prêt-à-partager with ifa (German Institute for International Cultural Relations), edited the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s online publication Living Archive: Kulturelle Produktionen und Räume (Living Archive: Cultural Productions and Spaces) and Aperture magazine edition #227 titled Platform Africa, as contributing editor along with late Bisi Silva and John Fleetwood and was founding member and actor of the Black German performance platform Label Noir. Furthermore, Diallo was managing editor of the art magazine Contemporary And (C&), a platform for Contemporary Art from Africa and its Global Diaspora. She holds a B.A. in European Studies from Queen Mary, University of London and a M.A. in Intercultural Education from Freie Universität Berlin.