kó, an art space based in Lagos, Nigeria that is dedicated to promoting modern and contemporary art, is showing Ozioma Onuzulike’s (CRF 2003) solo exhibition, titled “The Way We Are” from March 29 to April 22 2021. The exhibition is the third chapter of a three-part series called “The New Nsukka School” which re-examines the conceptual and material practices that characterize the Art Department at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Ozioma Onuzulike’s work breathes new life into time-worn themes with the deft manipulation of his trademark medium, clay. He largely focuses on the historical and sociological roots of political and socio-economic turmoil in Africa and the debilitating effects these have on daily life on the continent. For more, read this article and check out this video of Onuzulike speaking on his recent work.