Yinka Shonibare Foundation
Guest Projects Digital
Apocalypse Pantry, is a collaborative project between Mariam Hava Aslam, Tushar Hathiramani and hFACTOR. It is a speculation where perishable crops are made into chutneys and pickles as one way of addressing the precarity of food insecurity. Displayed on an adapted Mai Ruwa cart, it suggests an urban network of food growing and distribution in Lagos.
Calling the Body to attention, is former Guest Projects Digital Resident Yewande YoYo Odunubi’s first solo exhibition. It is a gesture towards (re)centring and (re)claiming the body as an embodied site of archive, communication and imaginings. Sitting on a moment of pause, it reflects on what might constitute a poetics of the body, and the role movement performs as a process and language for enlivening threads of inquiry.
Between the 2nd and 6th of November, we hosted the International Launch of Guest Artists Space Foundation in Nigeria. A group of gallery directors and cultural stakeholders were invited to participate in a dynamic programme of events that offered an insight into the vibrant artistic landscape in Lagos and beyond.
We are thrilled to present to announce Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński as the winner of the African/Diaspora Access ART X Prize 2022/23! Kazeem-Kamiński was presented with the opportunity at a press conference earlier today alongside the winner of the Nigerian Award, Dafe Oboro.
In the lead-up to the second edition of the Sharjah Architecture Triennial, curated by Lagos-based architect Tosin Oshinowo, SAT hosted Scarcity vs Abundance: Adaptability as a Creative Resource in Architecture and Design at G.A.S. Lagos on the 27th October 2022.
Your generous contributions support the Foundation’s distinctive interdisciplinary residencies, research, education programmes and public events.