Loren Hansi Momodu-Gordon created Future Assembly, an international residency for early-career artists and have worked across the arts and creative communications sectors managing immersive artworks and international exhibitions, content strategy and copywriting with the likes of the Stuart Hall Foundation, Wysing Art Centre, Tate Modern, The Showroom.
Other recent projects and collaborations include (interim) Programme and Digital Content Manager at the Stuart Hall Foundation (2019), co-curating UNTITLED: art on the conditions of our time, New Art Exchange (2017- touring); curating ‘Concerning Symmetry’ selected artists’ moving image from the Emile Stipp Collection (2016); producing ‘Promised Land’, Culture+Conflict (2016), and publishing my first book ‘9 Weeks’ with Stevenson (2016)
As Assistant Curator at Tate Modern (2011-2015), Momodu-Gordon organised exhibitions, commissions, collection research for the Africa Acquisitions Committee and live events, with projects including Richard Tuttle: I Don’t Know . The Weave of Textile Language, 2014; Ellen Gallagher: AxME, 2013; and Damien Hirst, 2012. I have also held curatorial positions at Turner Contemporary (2009-2011) and CCA, Lagos (2008-2009).
As a writer and editor, Momodu-Gordon has authored two books and published blogs and articles with Tate blog, Frieze, Digital Women UK and Aperture.
Momodu-Gordon hold a masters in Curating Contemporary Art, from the Royal College of Art and a first class BA (Hons) in English Literature, Media and Cultural Studies.