Chibuike Uzoma is a multidisciplinary artist who works primarily with painting, photography, drawing, and text. His process is organic, fluid, spontaneous, and conceptually-driven in which the paintings, drawings, photographic performances, or texts develop in conversation with ideas, and possibilities.
Prior to coming to Yale School of Art to complete an MFA in painting (2021), he practiced art as a full-time studio artist, producing projects, exhibitions (solo and group), and artist residencies in Africa, Europe, Asia, as well as the United States.
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