In Studio with Sharon Obuobi

In Studio with Sharon Obuobi is a series of conversations with artists, curators and influencers particularly in but not limited to the African arts.

The studio is a broad term referring to the artist working space, and the mental space for making and creating. Each episode is designed to stimulate open-minded conversation, and challenge listeners to see the world in new ways.

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(09.) Moffat TakadiwaOn the politics of language, how he discovered the use of computer keys, and his journey becoming an artist

(08.) Chris Spring: On his role curating African art at the British Museum, the recent South African art exhibition, and installation by Zak Ove

(07.)  Ibrahim MahamaOn his installation at the Venice Biennale, exhibition at White Cube, and the role of technology in his future projects

(06.) Robert DevereuxOn 'When The Heavens Meet The Earth', his journey as a collector of African art, and the evolution of his tastes in art

(05.) Elisabeth SutherlandChatting about her recent residency at 89 plus, her work in Accra with ATW, and our childhood love for Enid Blyton

(04.) Hans Ulrich ObristDiscussing his beginnings as a curator, DO IT exhibition series over 20 years, and the artists who inspire him

(03.) Sokari Douglas CampTalking about her early inspirations, why she loves performance, and how we define African art

(02.) Atta Kwami: On his creative process, young Ghanaian contemporary artists, his book 'Kumasi Realism', and his exhibition in New York

(01.) Joël AndrianomearisoaOn his recent ‘Last Year in Antananarivo’, his views on Malagasy history and culture

 

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