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Keiken Artsformation

Listen: Three Generations in One Fleshy Body



Part of the Radical Ancestry season

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In light of the rise in popularity of audio communication such as voice note, immersive narrative podcasts and Club House, Ebun Sodipo and Keiken have collaborated to create an audio piece that invites you on a journey: offering a full-body experience through your imagination with music and sound design by Khidja.

The piece explores voice, tone, stories and sound as different modes of audio communication to create our own fleeting and invisible mode of communication and question, where does trust begin?

Listen to the audio piece on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

Ebun Sodipo

Ebun Sodipo is a London based artist making work for those who will come after: the black trans people of the future. Her interdisciplinary practice narrates her construction a black trans-feminine self after slavery and colonialism. Through a process of fragmentation, collage, and fabulation, she devises softer, other-wise ways of imagining and speaking about the body, desire, archives, and the past.


Keiken is a cross-dimensional collaborative practice (Hana Omori, Isabel Ramos and Tanya Cruz), whose practice merges the physical with the digital by building online worlds and augmented realities for you to experience, often through face filters hosted on Instagram.

This work is made possible by funding from, and is part of, a wider research project funded by the European Union, called Artsformation. Artsformation has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation strand.