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Yewande YoYo Odunubi

Yewande YoYo Odunubi is an artist, researcher and cultural producer working in the spaces between
movement, research and facilitation. Centring her practice around the core inquiry: “what does the body need to dream?” she is concerned with what can be enacted into space through connecting to one’s intuitive experiences and bodily rhythms. Viewing the body beyond the idea of a singular, fixed form, identity or
function, Yewande is interested in movement, dance and rhythm(s) as languages and processes of knowledge production and world-building. Her work often explores how theory and practice can be processed and
actioned in the body, experimenting with dance, movement and live and filmed performance as acts of translation and a means of dialogue with the body’s present potentials and imagined possibilities.

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