Tshepiso Moropa (1995) is a South African born contemporary visual artist whose interests lie in photography, illustration, painting, digital art and the archive. Moropa's visual artistry is predominantly about identity amongst black women, exploring issues surrounding gender, race, hysteria, sexuality and politics. In addition, she uses realistic, honest and tangible events to bring forward and recount underlying issues that are not typically discussed or portrayed through mainstream media or through art. Mediums such as photography, Photoshop and music are used within her work with archival black and white images of black women being the focal point. Since the beginning of her arts carrer in November 2019, Tshepiso took part in two major exhibitions: the publication MWP in mid-August 2020 and the Newtown Workers Museum exhibition in November 2020. She plans on creating analog and digital zines in the next future.