In May of 2013, The August Wilson Center unveiled new work from visual arts Fellow Alisha Wormsley in the REMIX Right Gallery. The multimedia installation, entitled The Transformation of Oshe, explores Afro-Cuban themes. The exhibition represents the culmination of a year-long anthropological, psychological and artistic journey—between Cuba and the United States. Through the telling of an Afro-Cuban religious narrative, Alishaʼs pieces explore issues of identity, social justice and duality. The exhibit incorporates operatic music, photography, collage, video and installation.