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Dirty Laundry Installation

It has been over two months since the debut of my first multimedia installation took place at White Space in Ikoyi, Lagos and the experience still feels unreal. One minute you are neck deep in planning and the next you are uninstalling and preparing for the next city. Here are some photo highlights from the […]

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You Are Invited To Dirty Laundry; The Installation

It would be my absolute pleasure to invite you to my first ever mixed media installation “Dirty Laundry” supported by Ford Foundation. This installation is an immersive experience interconnecting personal narratives, histories, experiences, and imaginaries as a form of catharsis for me and the viewers. Featuring poems screen printed on canvas hanging from laundry lines, […]

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RECLAIMING THE TONGUE VIDEO SERIES IN COLLABORATION WITH NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

“Reclaiming the Tongue” is a video series curated by journalist and poet, Wana Udobang. For the series, Wana enlisted the help of prolific food bloggers and scholars, Ozoz Sokoh (Kitchen Butterfly), Neema Syovata (Modern African Table) and Iquo Ukoh (1Q Food Platter), to explore the complex ways in which history, geography, memory, colonization, relationships and more, become part of a dish’s recipe.

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Culture Diaries Meets Poet Titilope Sonuga

  In the second episode of Culture Diaries, i chat with fellow poet Titilope Sonuga. I have often referred to her poetry as very visceral and picturesque. In recent times, she if fast becoming every girls favourite poet  exploring themes that traverse everyday human emotions and that all so interesting transition from girlhood to womanhood. […]

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Room 313 Naomi’s Story

  I have been contemplating ending this series of mine which i have enjoyed making so much but fortunately despite all the challenges i never give up without a fight so i have decided not to hang my boots up just yet. So here goes the story. As part of the British Council’s UK/NG season […]