"The drawings are perfect, they have perfectly unfolded and not in the pretty kind of way but in the truth kind of way, with uncertainty and me-ness while also being of the world that is not me at all."
Ogunji's performances explore the presence of women in public space, labor, leisure, freedom and frivolity.
Will I still carry water when I am a dead woman?
Single-channel digital video
Edition 2 of 5
"While the piece poses questions about the work of women, it is also about labor and the politics of change. How much is enough? What is the tipping point in a society where people struggle to meet basic needs? When do people have an opportunity to rest, reflect, envision, imagine, and enact another way of being? I am particularly interested in the role of women in these dialogues."