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Lauren-Loïs Duah


Lauren-Loïs Duah is a cross-disciplinary artist, writer and spatial-designer whose work focuses on the ways in which creativity, craft, and design can be used as dynamic liberatory tools for social justice and to build positive community practices. Since graduating with a Masters in Architecture from the Royal College of Art in 2022, Lauren-Loïs is currently expanding her creative approach to practice as part of RESOLVE Collective.

Notably, Lauren-Loïs’ research work, ‘Obroni Wa’awu: Cross-Continental Clothescapes’ was selected for the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale.  She has also debuted her drawings in a solo art exhibition at Spiral Galleries (2022), shared her poetry at the Tate Britain for Lynette Yiadom Boakye’s ‘Fly in League with the Night’, and labels her on-going creative explorations as ‘Works in Progress’ or ‘WIP’.

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