Cruciform Lecture Theatre, UCL
Rosa-Johan Uddoh (b.1993, Croydon) is an interdisciplinary artist working towards radical self-love. She is inspired by Black feminist practice and writing.
Through performance, writing, film and multi-media installation, she explores places, objects and celebrities in British popular culture, and their effects on self-formation. Collaboration is key to Rosa's work, often working together with children, activists and other artists to explore themes that impact our communities and share knowledge.
Rosa is a lecturer in Performance at Central Saint Martins. She was shortlisted for the Jarman Award 2022 for her film making practice. She was a finalist for Arts Foundation Futures Awards 2021. Rosa was the Liverpool Biennial and John Moores Univerity Fellow 2018-2019 and was the Stuart Hall Library Resident for 2020. Her first book, Practice Makes Perfect was published by Book Works and Focal Point Gallery in June 2022.
Image: Practice Makes Perfect, Rosa-Johan Uddoh & Louis Brown, 2022.