Edition of 80
42 cm x 29.7 cm
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About the artwork
Evan Ifekoya’s current work investigates the possibility of an erotic and poetic occupation using film, performative writing and sound, focused on co-authored, intimate forms of knowledge production and the radical potential of spectacle.
About the artist
Evan Ifekoya (b. Iperu, Nigeru 1988). Ifekoya’s recent work has been presented at: Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire; Transmission Gallery, Glasgow; Serpentine Galleries, London; and Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town (2016). Recent performances include Sticky Black: A Broadcast at Jerwood Space, London and A Score, A Groove, A Phantom: The Extended Play Whitstable Biennial 2016. Upcoming solo exhibitions will be take place at Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh in 2017. Collaborative projects include Collective Creativity: Critical reflections into QTIPOC creative practice and Network11.
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