​​British-Nigerian artist Sola Olulode (b. 1996, London) lives and works in London. Her dreamy queer visions explore embodiments of British Black Womxn and Non-Binary Folx. Working with various mediums of natural dyeing, batik, wax, ink, pastel, oil bar and impasto, she develops textural canvases that explore the fluidities of identities. Drawing inspiration from lived experience, friends and cultural reference points to centre Black Queer Womxn, Olulode emphasises the integral need of representation and celebration of queer intimacies. Olulode received a BA in Fine Art Painting from the University of Brighton in 2018. Since graduating, her work has featured in solo exhibitions in London at V.O. Curations (2020); Brixton Library (2019 and 2018); Lewisham Art House, London (2019); and von Goetz, London (2018). In 2021, Olulode participated in a solo presentation with ART POWHER Contemporary at Volta Art Fair Basel. Selected group exhibitions include: 2020-2021 Womxn of Colour Art Award Exhibition: Altitude, 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, London (2021); Run With Wolves, Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai (2021); An Infinity of Traces, Lisson Gallery, London (2021); Breakfast under the Tree, Carl Freedman Gallery, Margate, UK (2021); Home is the Body, Sapar Contemporary, New York (2021); Blacklisted: An Indefinite Revolution, Christie’s Education, London (2020); In the Palm of Your Hands, Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2020); Twilights of the Idols, Alice Black Gallery, London (2020); and BBZ BLK BK: Alternative Graduate Show, London (2018).