Rosa-Johan Uddoh (b.1993, Croydon) is an interdisciplinary artist working towards radical self-love, inspired by black feminist practice and writing.


Through performance, ceramics and sound, she explores an infatuation with places, objects or celebrities in British popular culture, and the effects of these on self-formation. She is still influenced by her architectural background, rooting stories in specific spaces and materials.  


Rosa studied Architecture Ba at Cambridge University, MA Fine Art at The Slade (UCL) as a Sarabande Foundation Scholar. Recently, Rosa has exhibited at:  Tate Modern, Jupiter Woods (solo), Black Tower (solo), Bluecoat, Tate Britain and published writing in The Architectural Review.  She is a New Contemporaries 2018 alumnus and was the Liverpool Biennial & John Moores University Fellow 2018-2020. Rosa is currently a Lecturer at University of the Arts London and has just been awarded the Stuart Hall Library Residency for 2020.