Dele Adeyemo is a Scottish / Nigerian artist, architect, and urban theorist based in London and Lagos. Through a trans-disciplinary black aesthetic practice that explores embodied practices of movement through film, installation, and sound, his work celebrates the spatial imaginaries of everyday black life in Africa and the diaspora.
Dele’s projects have been presented internationally, including the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale, the 5th Istanbul Design Biennial, and the 2nd Edition of the Lagos Biennial. Most recently he presented the solo exhibition Wey Dey Move: Imagining New World’s through Dance and Masquerade at the Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam (July 16 2022 – Jan 08 2023). He currently teaches an architecture design studio at the Royal College of Art, London.