Wura-Natasha Ogunji’s enigmatic works consist of delicately stitched and illustrated scenes on tracing paper involving the human form and abstracted scenarios. They are inspired by her life in Lagos, detailing the moments of unexpected beauty, humour and connections that occur across the megacity. Ogunji’s work depicts her explorations into the body’s movement and mark-making in water, land and air. She has exhibited and performed at the Brooklyn Museum, New York (2017); Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kerala (2016-17); Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk (2016); Seattle Art Museum (2015); MASS Gallery, Austin (2014); Gordon Institute of Performing and Creative Arts, Cape Town (2014); the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, New York (2013–14); CCA Lagos (2013); The Menil Collection, Houston (2012–13) and The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, Washington, D.C (2013–12). She is a featured artist-curator for the upcoming 33rd Sao Paulo Biennial (2018).