Vivian Chinasa Ezugha (UK/Nigeria)

Sun 04 Nov 2018

Ipswich Art Gallery

12:00-18:00 // Durational // Part of £10 Ipswich Art Gallery Pass

Vivian Chinasa Ezugha, ‘ The Rising’, photo by Manuel Vason

Uro‑ (clay)
Uro is about the weight of depression
> (rebirth, awakening from sleep)

In this durational performance, the artist interacts with clay and water on her body and canvas. The weight of the clay becomes a force that she works with and against over the six hours of the performance. Sitting on the body as a weighty, damp material, it becomes a solid foundation and morphs the body.

Vivian Chinasa Ezugha is a Nigerian interdisciplinary artist working and living in the UK. Vivian graduated from Aberystwyth University School of Art, in 2014, Ezugha’s work has been presented at venues across Europe, America and the UK; to include In Between Time Festival as part of the New Bloods Commission, funded by Arts Council England.