Art(Visual & Sculpture)

Mami Wata

Mami Wata

Dublin, Ireland 2023

Made as part of interdisciplinary solo exhibition at Sean MacDermott Street Swimming pool. I wanted to bring together several ideas within my time as resident. This for me also meant bringing the smell of the sea to the otherwise sanitary/sterile swimming pool – hence mami wata disrupts the very notion of being in a space. Which was one of the core tenets of this invitation.


Materials found: Wrapper (fabric cloth – mine), Buoy, Rope, Sea Weed and Sea Water, Calabash, Net.


Paris, France 2023

An exploration into a not so familiar medium of painting however, using natural materials such as a cotton cloth repurposed as canvas, charcoal and Turmeric. This was fun to make, spread and showcase! I enjoyed it and would defo love to do more.

Found objects: Cloth, Charcoal and turmeric

I, Woman

Dublin, Ireland 2023

I am interested in lack of autonomy regarding the female body as well as the public discourse which ensues in relation to her body. This is explored through the interplay of radiology X satellite technology X nature. This is a performative sculpture and requires prior 6 months to install to be seen at best.

Found objects: Satellite dish, Mirror, Light, Screen print, X-ray, Bog

Internet of Shits

Dublin, Ireland 2023

This piece came about as an exploration of the current surge in the internetification of house hold objects. Although this piece is still a work in progress it proposes a world where we become more intimate with these previously banal objects such as a toilet. There is also a critique of capitalism and western notions of innovation, can you see the  . . . .?

Found objects: Toilet, Christmas lights, Light cover

Music: Composed by Chinedum

Sharp Tongue

Dublin, Ireland 2023

Exploring mask making and found objects influenced by Exchange residency award from Visual Artists Ireland the National Representative body of visual arts on the Island of Ireland. 

Found objects: Wooden Frame (s/o DeForge), Wood saws, Rope, Metal string, Mirror, Metal Bolt, Copper Wires.

Seeking Refuge

Dublin, Ireland 2022

Seeking refuge is an interactive installation that explores power, bio-politics and the surveillance state personified as a game in which the public can engage with to explore privilege. Using the metal plates, the audience are invite to seek refuge based on their EU/Non-Eu status as the digital plates light up to determine the necessary combination to win.
But as you can see below these kids had other ideas and instead focused on the auditory and visual aspects of the game – by far one of my favorite installations to date.

 Found Objects: Red fire door, Plastic cling film,  Metal plates.

Shitting briXs

Dublin, Ireland 2021

In a world so consumed by fear, are we all [INSERT TITLE]. This piece was created as an intervention to the growing red tape embedded within institutional processes particularly within the arts. Installed at The Irish Museum of Modern Art as part of Radical Plot residency.

Found objects: Bricks, Toilet, Coffee Sacks.

Tree stump carving with half papaya as head and palm seedling inserted into papaya
Tree stump carving with half papaya as head and palm seedling inserted into papaya, decayed version

Imaginary Ancestors

Lagos, Nigeria 2021

In a bid to animate the dead, we find all the while they were living.

Found objects: Tree stump, Papaya, Palm seedlings

We need LIGHT!

Lagos, Nigeria 2020

This is an exploration into the intergenerational cries for sustained rural and urban electrification in Nigeria. Each hand symbolised the generations before leading to present begging and asking to for light.

Found objects: Aluminium wires 


Hands shaped out of aluminium suspended from the ceiling making their way to the light switch
Aluminum fashioned handed entangled together

Rainy Days

Lagos, Nigeria 2020

Within this sculpture I wanted to explore food insecurity and access to quality indigenous products, yet we see in Africa a steady augmentation of our diets. Hence the term ‘for a rainy day’, we see increasing food prices, which manifests itself by everyday being as such a rainy day for most.

Found objects: anchor & rope, black bag, heavy duty cable ties


Lagos, Nigeria 2020


Found objects: brake pads, nuts, hinges, copper

A coming together

Lagos, Nigeria 2020

Exploring the at times violent and restrictive nature of relations between man and woman.

Found objects: Styrofoam, Metal Iron, Metal Gate, Red lid, Exhaust pipe, Copper wires.

Deep Shit

Lagos, Nigeria 2020

This art work speaks to the degradation of planet earth, given the ecological crisis we are in, truly if things don’t change we will be in . . . . . This is symbolised by the spherical earth and surrounding galaxies being flushed down the toilet.

Found object: Toilet, Rope, Metal

2 heads are better than n(one)

Lagos, Nigeria 2020

This art piece speaks to the brain drain that has persisted in Africa as more and more skilled workers are recruited by western state to work e.g Nurses, Doctors, Engineers. This leaves a gap in the local community of these necessary skilled workers.

Found object: Spark plugs, Blue hard hat helmets, Light bulb, Metal ring, Copper wires, Aluminium wires.

Blue hard hat helmets, strung together with copper with a spark plugs and a light bulb below
Male like figure made out of metal fabrications and tied with copper
Metal figurine depicting broken bodies of a male like and female like figure
Metal fabrication of a woman like figure with different pieces of metal tied with copper

A coming together II

Lagos, Nigeria 2020

In coming together we are forced to reckon with the violences from the past, present and future. We imagine, objectify and deny.

Found objects: Metal watch strap, Nut bolts, Door latch, Copper wire, Various metals.