Onyedika Chuke is a New York-based American Sculptor and Archivist born in Onitsha, Nigeria.
“The Forever Museum Archive” 2011-present, is a disquieting collection of objects in which Chuke analyzes modern-day protests and globalization. Often intrigued by international politics, his analysis of machine weaponry and media are pertinent reminders of the technologically mediated wars that characterize our collective memory.
From 2013 to 2015, Chuke was part of the Queens Museum Studio Program. He has since held fellowships at Sculpture Center, Socrates Sculpture Park and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He is currently a fellow at The Drawing Center 2016-2018.
His archive has been included in exhibitions venues such as Art Basel Switzerland and The American Academy in Rome.
Onyedika Chuke is a graduate of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (2011).