Ayodamola Tanimowo Okunseinde is an artist and interactive designer living and
working in New York. He studied Visual Arts and Philosophy at Rutgers the State
University of New Jersey where he earned his B.A. His works range from painting and
speculative design to physically interactive works and explorations of Afrofuturism.
Okunseinde was the co-founder and creative director of Dissident Display Studios, an
award winning multimedia studio and art gallery based in Washington DC. As a staple
of the Washington DC arts community, Okunseinde made influential contributions to
projects and organizations such as The Washington Projects for the Arts, Pink Line
Project, and Banished Productions. As a collaborator with, amongst others,
choreographer Maida Withers, Carmen Wong, and Yoko K., Okunseinde created
several interactive performance based works and has performed in several countries
including Mexico, Finland, and Croatia. Okunseinde holds an MFA in Design and
Technology from The New School, Parsons School of Design in New York where he is
currently an adjunct faculty member.
Ayodamola joins Eyebeam working in collaboration with Salome Asega.