My work lives in the space between looking, seeing and knowing. My performances explore the concept of existing in a world with other humans; of being an object that experiences its reality in a sea of other objects simultaneously experiencing varying realities. My visual work is of the things I can not say. My essays are about those heavy, yet mass-less waves that bind us.
I am interested in the psychological, sociological, and political nuances of visual language. In thoughts, histories, memories, and awareness. I am most interested in my role as a gazer as well as the gazed and in the poetry of consciously going through time with another person. I adore the work of Doris Salcedo, Louise Bourgeois, Marina Abramovic, Yoko Ono, Ana Mendieta and all the storytellers of my youth in Nigeria.