Harold Offeh is an artist who works in a range of media including performance, video and photography using humour as a means to confront the viewer with an assessment of contemporary culture.
Recently Offeh has approached the themes of service and Afro hair through collective live engagements with other artists, performers and community participation.
He lives in Cambridge and works in London and Leeds. Recent exhibitions include; Glamourie, Project Space Leeds (2012); The Shadows Took Shape, The Studio Museum Harlem, New York (2013); Hairography, Late at Tate Britain, London (2014).
Harold Offeh is working with the Follies of Youth young curators programme from Pavilion to present some reflections on a project looking at archives of Otley’s former Japanese gardens.