Orí méta odún méta ibìkan
“Orí méta odún méta ibìkan” runs from June 19 to 24 at the Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos and features the process of works in progress by three Nigerian artists – Kelani Abass, Taiye Idahor and Abraham Oghobase – who work across three different media and undertook residencies over a three year period in the same place at the Salzburg Summer Academy between 2013 – 2015.
This project is an opportunity to present the continuing process of developing their practice but also offer a discursive platform that engages the mutability of studio practice, the impact of international residencies on the local art sector as well as the benefits and at times the disadvantages of residencies.
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