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Otobong Nkanga is a Nigerian born artist who currently lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium. Her work encompasses sculpture and video installations; weaving; photography; painting and drawing to investigate the interdependencies of people, land and communities. Nkanga’s work has exhibited in a number of museums and biennials around the world and in 2019 received the inaugural Lise Wilhelmsen Art Award, supporting artists who focus on social justice. 

To mark the end of her From Where I Stand exhibition with MIMA, the gallery and museum will be hosting an in-depth discussion with the artist, where she’ll be discussing the artworks and inspirations alongside MIMA Curators Elinor Morgan and Helen Welford. 

A filmed walk-through of the From Where I Stand at MIMA will be followed by an artist talk focusing on selected key works from the exhibition. This will be followed by an in conversation between Otobong Nkanga and Elinor Morgan with invited questions.

The event will be BSL interpreted and captioned. To book, click here.

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