Join us for a first look around history is a living weapon in yr hand, a new exhibition by Onyeka Igwe, a London-born and based moving image artist and researcher. Her work is aimed at the question: how do we live together? She is interested in the prosaic and everyday aspects of black livingness and exploring overlooked histories. Find out more about the exhibition.
Onyeka Igwe: history is a living weapon in yr hand
Sat 13 Jan 2024 - Sat 2 Mar 2024
Preview: Friday 12 January, 6–8 pm history is a living weapon in yr hand is a solo exhibition of new and reconfigured work by London-based artist Onyeka Igwe. The exhibition will be centred around a new two-screen adaptation of Igwe’s dual timeline experimental film A Radical Duet (2023). The film imagines what happened when two […]
Preview: Friday 15 March, 6–8 pm Don’t miss an exhibition by Goa-based artist, illustrator and muralist, Osheen Siva. Through the lens of surrealism, speculative fiction and science fiction and rooted in their Dalit and Tamil heritage, Siva imagines new worlds of decolonized dreamscapes with mutants and monsters and narratives of queer and feminine power. They […]