Chinaedu Nwadibia

I believe in the functions of portraiture, storytelling and the supernatural. The orality of my Nigerian and African American heritage encourages an interest in conduits, channels, modes of communication and how they contribute to culture and identity. I remain an artist that prefers to tell stories on multiple platforms; employing sculpture, performance and writing in my lifelong engagement with photography. By Illuminating spaces just out of view, I seek to prompt a further investigation into how one perceives their surroundings and place in time.

Self Portal; Blue Royals, 2021, Archival Inkjet Print, 

50 x 60in.

It’s Not Paper;  It’s Cloth, 2022, Archival Inkjet Print, 

30 x 40in.

My Father Has One Daughter, 2023, Archival Inkjet Print, 50 x 60in. 

Using Format