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Ojuelegba is a new multisensory installation from renowned Nigerian artist Emeka Ogboh. Inspired by the district Ojuelegba in the heart of Lagos, Nigeria, Ogboh’s installation envisions an immersive experience where sight and sound entwine. Visual elements drawn from random selections of Ojuelegba's environment synchronize with the rhythmic cadences of Ogboh’s album 6°30′33.372″N 3°22′0.66″E, an auditory portrait woven from the fabric of daily life in

Ausstellung „ABJ"Emeka Ogboh erforscht in seiner audiovisuellen Installation "ABJ" in Abidjan Migration mit den Sinnen. Der Berliner Künstler Emeka Ogboh zeigt ab 09. Januar 2024 sein neuestes Projekt „ABJ“ in Abidjan, wo es bis zum 26. Mai 2024 im Kunstraum SOMETHING zu sehen und zu erleben ist. Auf Einladung von SOMETHING und des Goethe-Instituts Abidjan erforschte Emeka Ogboh den Einfluss von Migration im Herzen

Drawing inspiration from London’s Tate Modern and extracting its essence through key descriptions , ‘Untitled 1’ captures the gallery’s historical and contemporary narratives. The beer embodies the fusion of art and data analysis, transforming unique characteristics of the Tate Modern into a brew. Its design echoes the raw aesthetic of the Tate Tanks, featuring a matte finish on the can, which provides a

"THIS TOO SHALL PASS – TUTTO PASSA," scheduled for September 16, 2023, at 10am in Piazzale degli Uffizi, represents a transformative intersection of music and visual art. Facilitated by Villa Romana and curated by Euphoria, Tutto Passa is poised to provide a unique perspective on our rapidly evolving global landscape. Emeka Ogboh's work, set against the backdrop of the historic Piazzale degli Uffizi,

Known as ‘Little Lagos’, Peckham is home to one of the largest Nigerian diaspora communities in the UK. Lagos, Peckham, Repeat: Pilgrimage to the Lakes is a major group exhibition looking at the connections between Lagos in Nigeria and Peckham in South East London. The exhibition highlights the relationships, culture, shared history, communities, and art that link the two places. The themes explored include

17.06. – 20.08. | Emeka Ogboh | Chi dị Ebere [God is merciful]. Sound art exhibition | DA, Kunsthaus Kloster Gravenhorst. "Drawing inspiration from the rich heritage of traditional Igbo songs and beliefs, I embark on a musical endeavour – an exploration of grief through the medium of music. This project seeks to create a unique and immersive experience that not only pays homage

On 6°30'33.372"N 3°22'0.66"E, Emeka Ogboh's second album, the Nigerian sound artist zooms in on Lagos' bustling Ojuelegba bus station and its surroundings, having previously focused on the city's wider soundscape on his also outstanding 2021 debut Beyond The Yellow Haze. Billed as an ode to the bus station and the chaotic transport system that exists around Lagos' iconic yellow Danfo buses, this latest album is

Nigerian artist Emeka Ogboh describes Lagos State of Mind III (2017/2020) as “a real and invented world in which the viewer is invited to look at Lagos through Berlin’s eye and vice versa.” This installation brings together field recordings made by the artist in these two cities, both of which he’s called home, over the past decade. The soundscape highlights specific aspects of daily life

In collaboration with the Moody Center for the Arts and Astral Brewing, Ogboh created a stout-based beer inspired by cultural narratives of people of Nigerian descent in Houston, Texas. The flavor of the beer is based on research the artist conducted in preparation for the project. Asking people from the Nigerian community how they would describe the flavor of Houston, and to what