Dance is an experience, not a story – Qudus Onikeku

December 12, 2014


The explosive dance and acrobatic moves of Qudus Onikeku, Nigeria’s dance impresario based abroad, creates a nexus in the souls of his audience each time, making them yearn for more.

A choreographer, dancer, writer, and curator Onikeku’s act explores themes of identity, memory and also forms of exile. He is so energetic, and a delight to watch.

He was one of the artistes who enthralled the audience at this year’s Ake Arts and Book Festival, which held in Abeokuta, Ogun State, recently. He was able to play with those extremities to connect the minds of human beings.   “This is well connected art to all of those that really understand,” he said in an interview with journalists.



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