OLUSEYE is fascinated by the interplay of seemingly dichotomous ideas – Christianity and indigenous African beliefs; vulnerability and strength; spirituality and sexuality; socio-politics and pop-culture, and how these ideas collide and reconcile to shape perception and identity. Working across media, he creates paintings, photography, performances and installations that explore notions of identity, value, representation and existentialism with regards to Black masculinity.

OLUSEYE is fascinated by the interplay of seemingly dichotomous ideas – Christianity and indigenous African beliefs; vulnerability and strength; spirituality and sexuality; socio-politics and pop-culture, and how these ideas collide and reconcile to shape perception and identity. Working across media, he creates paintings, photography, performances and installations that explore notions of identity, value, representation and existentialism with regards to Black masculinity.