Internationally renowned sculptor Nnenna Okore will use textiles to create an installation commemorating the colors and landscapes of her childhood home of Nsukka, Nigeria. Ùtútù, the Nigerian word for morning/something new, describes the transience, potency and energy of the piece. Visitors will respond to this boldly colored and organic art meant to heighten their visual and sensorial experience.
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Exhibition sponsored by The Coby Foundation and supported in part through a gift from Raymond Learsy to underwrite exhibitions in The Lab.Next Previous