∞, 2020, 4 color screen print on 100lb Cougar white paper, 16 x 20 in.
Mills College Art Museum Collection, Museum Purchase, Selected by Simone Gage, Sage Gaspar, Sydney Pearce, Melika Sebihi, and Taya Wyatt, students in the Mills College Fall 2020 Museum Studies Workshop
Yétundé Olagbaju is an artist currently residing in Oakland, CA. They utilize performance, sculpture, action, and video as modes of inquiry regarding Black labor, legacy, and processes of healing. They are rooted in the need to understand history, the people that made it, the myths surrounding them and how their own body is implicated in history’s timeline. Olagbaju received their MFA in studio art at Mills in 2020.