35mm negatives documenting Lagos studio portraiture from 1980s to 2010.         



Lagos Studio Archives
Photography | Archive



Neon artwork that playfully comments on the survival of art and its makers.       



Art Will Survive
Neon | Text


An Image You Were Never Meant To See.       



An Image You Were...
Photography | Archive





Steel ring sculpture made by smelting metals from both Grandfather's cars.         



Melting Pot
Photography | Sculpture



Patchwork sculpture made from the remains of Ohiri's Grandfather's car.        



What Remains
Sculpture | Video



Macro shots of their Grandfather's cars that symbolises their joint voyage.        



When Two Worlds...
Photography | Diptych



Installation from everyday objects that form the My Granddad's Car philosophy.         



A Matter of Perspective
Installation | Photography



The sequel to the My Granddad's Car Project from Pakistan to Nigeria.     



My Granddad's Car Pt 2



Two friends embark on a journey to unite their Grandfather's cars on UK soil.



My Granddad's Car Pt 1




Dance performance that deals with mourning, regret and a lost moment.        



The Dance You Never...
Video | Performance



Portraits that question ideas around gender expression, memory and loss.        



Memories of You
Portraits | Performance



An intimate portrait that explores mouning-rituals and acts of closure.         



Medicine Man
Photography | Portrait



A series of defaced family photographs that narrate a story of love
and pain.      



How to Mend a Broken...
Photography | Archive



Partially destroyed negative that documents a night the artist will never forget.       



The Night I Will Never....
Photography | Landscape



Photographic portrait series that explores the fluidity of identity and culture.



In My Mother's Clothes
Photography | Portraits










































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