Stuart Hall Library
16 John Islip Street,
London SW1P 4JU
Date and Time
Friday 4th March 5.30-7.30pm
Free, booking required.
Introduction to the exhibition at 6pm or 7pm
Join us for the opportunity to view the exhibition ‘Pink Tongue, Brown Cheek’ and meet artist Rosa-Johan Uddoh & exhibition curator Tobi Alexandra Falade at iniva’s Stuart Hall Library.
Pick one of the two timed slots (5.30pm or 6.30pm) and hear an introduction to the work from the artist and meet the curator and iniva staff.
Refreshments will be provided.
Covid-19 safety at iniva
We want everyone to be as safe as possible at any events we host. We encourage all attendees to take a lateral flow test within 24 hours of the event, and we would ask you not to attend if you or anyone you live with is experiencing Covid-19 like symptoms. We will make masks and hand sanitizer available. You can read more about our current Covid-19 measures at the SHL here.
Rosa-Johan Uddoh (b.1993, Croydon) is an interdisciplinary artist working towards radical self-love. She is inspired by Black feminist practice and writing. Through performance, writing and multi-media installation, she explores places, objects and celebrities in British popular culture, and their effects on self-formation. Collaboration is key to Rosa’s work, often working together with children, activists and other artists to explore themes that impact our communities and share knowledge.
Rosa is a lecturer in Performance at Central Saint Martins. She was a finalist for Arts Foundation Futures Awards 2021. Rosa was the Liverpool Biennial and John Moores University Fellow 2018-2019 and was the Stuart Hall Library Resident for 2020. She was a Sarabande: Lee Alexander Mc Queen Scholar.
Rosa’s solo presentations include: ‘Practice Makes Perfect’, Focal Point Gallery, touring to Bluecoat (Southend-on-sea and Liverpool 2021), ‘”She is still alive!”’, Destiny’s (Oslo, 2020), ‘Studies for Impartiality’, Jupiter Woods and ‘Sphinx at the Crystal Palace’, Black Tower Projects (both London, 2019). Group shows include: ‘Brand New Heavies’, Pioneer Works (New York, 2021), ‘Learning by Doing’, 68 Institute (Copenhagen, 2019), New Contemporaries (London & Liverpool 2018) and ‘Black Blossoms’, The Royal Standard (Liverpool, 2017). She has screened work at East London Cable’s ‘TV Dinners E03’ at Tate Modern, 2019. Rosa’s first book ‘Practice Makes Perfect’, co-published with Bookworks and Focal Point Gallery will be released in 2022.
Image: And I would’ve gotten away with it too if it wasn’t for you meddling kids!, 2020, Rosa-Johan Uddoh and the Art Assassins, HD video, 23mins 36secs