The 2019 Lagos Biennial welcomes Kenyan artist Jess Atieno to Lagos

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Jess creates work as a continuous interrogation on the idea of space and has taken interest in the performativity of human interaction as it plays out in shared physical, virtual and psychological spaces.


Jess will be completing a residency as part of the Lagos Biennial II: How to Build a Lagoon With Just a Bottle of Wine?programme in collaboration with Art House Foundation. 
For more information on Jess: click here
For more information on Art House Foundation’s residency programme: click here

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