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          Oluseye in group exhibition Unruly Navigations at Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), San Francisco
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          Oluseye in group exhibition 'Unruly Navigations' at Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), San Francisco

          11 Mar 2024 (2 min) read

          Several works by Nigerian-Canadian artist Oluseye will feature in Unruly Navigations, a group exhibition held at MoAD between 27 March and 1 September 2024.

          Curated by Key Jo Lee, Chief of Curatorial Affairs and Public Programs at MoAD, Unruly Navigations testifies to the urgent, disorderly, rebellious, and nonlinear movements of people, cultures, ideas, religions, and aesthetics that define diaspora.

          More than 40 artworks will feature in this presentation, including four site-specific installations, all of which aim to capture multi-dimensional trajectories through time, across geographies, and through complex spiritual landscapes. “In doing so, they augment and deepen, and at times, completely refute conventional accounts of diasporic experience which have historically misrepresented, mischaracterised, and misplaced stories from the perspective of the enslaved, the forcibly displaced or otherwise disenfranchised,” explains Lee.

          Participating artists, alongside Oluseye, include Nadine Natalie Hall, Winfred Rembert, Vanessa German, Morel Doucet, Anina Major, Nafis M. White, M. Scott Johnson and Myrlande Constant.

          Artist Talk

          In celebration of the opening of Unruly Navigations, Oluseye, along with fellow artists Nafis M. White and Nadine Natalie Hall, will be in conversation with curator Key Jo Lee. The discussion will focus on looking at how artists in the exhibition augment and deepen, and at times completely refute conventional accounts of diasporic experience.

          Date: | Wednesday 27 March 2024 | Time: 6.30 – 8.00 PM (PST) | Location: MoAD - 685 Mission Street, San Francisco

          Click here to register for the talk.