Yearwood-Dan’s work explores themes of class, culture, race, gender and nature through a nostalgic lens. Taking inspiration from personal and archival photographs of black livelihood, and reflecting on the duality in her mixed Caribbean and British cultural upbringing.
A graduate of Fine Art from the University of Brighton, Michaela Yearwood-Dan was selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017 and has recently exhibited with Unit London, Sarabande Foundation, and Van Goetz Art.
Future Assembly Session Two: Exchange features as part of Africa/UK: Transforming Art Ecologies, a project by New Art Exchange (NAE). Supported by NAE, Arts Council England, and the associate partners VANSA and Wysing Arts Centre.