Harold Offeh has worked with Picture This to develop new works, devise programmes and to select Small Wonders artists.
Harold Offeh works in a range of media including performance, animation, found footage, interactive and digital media, employing humour as a means to confront the viewer with an assessment of contemporary popular media representations of race, identity and desire
Harold Offeh was born in Ghana in 1977. He studied Fine Art at Brighton University and Fine Art Photography at the Royal College of Art. His videos and performances question notions of representation and identity, drawing on familiar cultural references in film, song and art. He has shown widely both in Britain and abroad; including East International, Norwich; Ghosting, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth; Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham and Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff; Espaco Bananeiras, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Metropolis Rise, CQL Design Center, Shanghai, China. His recent curatorial projects includes The Mothership Collective for the South London Gallery. He was awarded a deciBel Visual Arts Award in 2006.
Ghosting developed in response to the growth of contemporary artists’ interest in archives.
Time Unfolding - a DVD and online micro-site - is a curated selection of film and video works commissioned and produced by Picture This 2000 - 2007.