Promising live art, performance, music and more, the creative event is free to attend and open to the public, organised by the Goethe Institut Lagos, and taking place between Freedom Park and the Printing Press (Broad Street).
Artists from Germany, Nigeria, France, Austria and other countries will be in attendance, showcasing new work and taking part in a series of talks – the lineup including Monster Truck/Footprints of David Art Academy, Qudus Àdérémi Onikeku/QDanceCenter, TIB – Theater im Bahnhof Graz, Segun Adefila/Crown Troupe of Africa, Christina Kubisch, Pan African Space Station, Sunara Begum, Afrologic, Wurasamba, Kininso Koncepts, Aj Dagga Tolar and many more.
Posting announcement of her attendance to her Instagram page, Ms Maleobho leaves it unclear what she will be doing as part of the event, though her #AlienEdits series has already exhibited this month at the Louisimone Guirandou Gallery in the Ivory Coast, and continues to draw followers and fan art from all over the world.
For a program of events, Team SPICE recommend you check here and then make your way to the Lagos Live Festival daily, between 10am and 10pm to catch Loza Maleobho and more at work.
Image source: Goethe.de, @Lozamaleombho