Abbéy Odunlami is a theoretician and curator specializing in contemporary urban history and visual culture who lectures at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Odunlami's research analyzes the socio-political nature of contemporary urban society through investigating the impact of art, hierarchical structures within conspicuous consumption practices and postcolonial globality. His work examines the interdependencies which form the set of conditions that inform the built environment.
As of October 2020
Field Station 5 – Migration: Perspectives on Displacement in the Anthropocene
2020, Fri, Oct 30 — 2020, Thu, Nov 26
Place and Space
2020, Thu, Oct 29