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Olu Amoda is an internationally celebrated Nigerian sculptor, muralist, furniture designer, and multi-media artist whose iconic work using re-purposed materials and metal expresses the very best of modern African sensibility.
All identities are hybrid, nationality included. What happens to an artists’ practice—Turkish or otherwise—when they relocate to other countries?
Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla approach visual art as a set of experiments that test whether ideas such as authorship, nationality, borders, and democracy adequately describe today's increasingly global and consumerist society. Their hybridized works - often a unique mix of sculpture, photography, performance, sound and video -o- explore the physical and conceptual act of mark making and its survival through traces.