British-Nigerian Artist (b. 1983, Greenwich) The framework of his practice explores The Human Condition. Recurring themes include; family, memory and identity.
This is primarily explored through the use of photography, appropriation and the recontextualisation of everyday objects. The result is a mixture of contemporary works that are based on social commentary and personal works that are often confessional and autobiographical in nature.
He has participated in international art fairs and festivals such as; Joburg Art Fair (13+14), Vienna Fair (2014), East Midlands Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale (2015) and Le Recontres d'Arles (2016),
His artworks have been exhibited in a public installation at Heathrow Terminal 5 (2012), and in group shows in venues such as Tate Britain (2013) Cubitt Gallery (2015) and the National Portrait Gallery (2016), most recent solo shows include the New Art Exchange (2016) and Omenka Gallery (2016), with works from his long term project 'Sweet Mother' recently aquired by the Arts Council England (2017).
MA Photography & Urban Cultures - 2008
BA (First) Media Culture & Communication 2004 - 2007
the Burden - 2016