Tolu Elusadé



Yoruba Londoner, Visual Artist and Storyteller. 

Using analogue photography and poetry as creative mediums, Elusadé aims to document, archive and preserve ideas cultivated from the desire to deeply understand themselves and the world around them.

At the heart of her practice, she connects intergenerational communities with art activism, preserving aural and tangible histories through authentic creation.

Aiming to create and share imagery to illuminate the magic in the mundane, Elusadé curates dialogue reflective of their own experience in an effort to highlight the delicate and nuanced ways in which they choose to manoeuvre through the complexities of being. 

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