“I have my way for how I would like people to see the work, but I understand there can be ambiguities and everyone’s experience is different—that not everyone is going to do it the same way. You still want to frame the presentation of the work just enough that when people walk through it they can access that vision, and then they can dive deep into it and really explore as they desire.”
Toyin Ojih Odutola 

In this month’s Cultured Magazine, Ojih Odutola talks to friend and fellow artist Solange Knowles about methodology, what it means to take up space, and creating a visual language. And don’t miss To Wander Determined, on view at the Whitney through this Sunday.

[Photograph by Awol Erizku, taken at the Noguchi Museum with Isamu Noguchi’s Woman (1983–1985)]

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“I have my way for how I would like people to see the work, but I understand there can be ambiguities and everyone’s experience is different—that not everyone is going to do it the same way. You still want to frame the presentation of the work just enough that when people walk through it they can access that vision, and then they can dive deep into it and really explore as they desire.”
Toyin Ojih Odutola 

In this month’s Cultured Magazine, Ojih Odutola talks to friend and fellow artist Solange Knowles about methodology, what it means to take up space, and creating a visual language. And don’t miss To Wander Determined, on view at the Whitney through this Sunday.

[Photograph by Awol Erizku, taken at the Noguchi Museum with Isamu Noguchi’s Woman (1983–1985)]

“I have my way for how I would like people to see the work, but I understand there can be ambiguities and everyone’s experience is different—that not everyone is going to do it the same way. You still want to frame the presentation of the work just enough that when people walk through it they can access that vision, and then they can dive deep into it and really explore as they desire.”
Toyin Ojih Odutola 

In this month’s Cultured Magazine, Ojih Odutola talks to friend and fellow artist Solange Knowles about methodology, what it means to take up space, and creating a visual language. And don’t miss To Wander Determined, on view at the Whitney through this Sunday.

[Photograph by Awol Erizku, taken at the Noguchi Museum with Isamu Noguchi’s Woman (1983–1985)]

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