Kamogelo Molobye is a movement studies & choreography lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand. In addition, he is a PhD candidate who is pursuing research that seeks to develop a decolonial and transformative pedagogy to teaching movement studies and choreography at the university of the Witwatersrand. His areas of interest include queer theory and gender studies, with specific reference to interrogating ways of queering cisheteronormative and hegemonic masculinities in South Africa. He is an emerging scholar and academic who has published research at conferences in South Africa and abroad on topics relating to movement practices and education, gender and queer theory, Blackness and representation in theatre and performance, and Afrofuturism within the African context. In addition, he is a choreographer and performer who has created productions that has been commissioned in South African, Botswana, Namibian, and Germain festivals which range from physical theatre, dance, interactive audience interventions and embodied installations.