Regina Agu is a visual artist and writer based in Houston, TX. Agu’s work has been included in exhibitions, public readings, and performances at New Museum, labotanica, Diverseworks, Project Row Houses, University Museum at Texas Southern University, Box 13, and Lawndale Arts Center, among other venues. She is a 2012 Houston Arts Alliance Individual Artist Grant recipient, and received a 2014 The Idea Fund grant for her collaborative project “Friends of Angela Davis Park” in Houston, TX. Agu is a partner at Alabama Song, a collaboratively-run artist space in Houston, TX, and a co-founder of paratext, an independent small press. Published experimental texts include ON | OFF (onestar press, Paris via Book Machine Houston), Visible Unseen (Nyx, a nocturnal, Goldsmiths, University of London), and Index, With and for: “Black Mo’nin’,” by Fred Moten (Book Club Book, Future Plan and Program).

Regina created A Living Index during her time at Elsewhere.