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Chinasa Vivian Ezugha is a Nigerian-born artist living and working in Hampshire Her work looks at the transition of Black women and their identity within culture from colonised subjects to emancipated figures Vivian works predominantly in performance using the medium to decontextualise and reconstruct what it means to be alive in this present time and to protest for a world where we are all allowed to dream

She is the founder of Live Art in Wymondham a one-day site-specific series of events that aimed to bring emerging artists working in live art to rural Norfolk▼  Her work has been presented in venues across Europe America and the UK including In Between Time Festival (Bristol 2017)▼ SPILL Festival(Ipswich 2018) and Rapid Pulse International Performance Art Festival (Chicago 2015)

She is the winner of the New Art Exchange Open Main Prize (2019) and a recipient of the Santander Universities Post Covid-19 Performance Making Enterprise Award (2020) supported by Santander Universities and ICCE Goldsmiths University of London Ezugha is also a PhD candidate at the University of Exeter and a Research Associate at the Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry 

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