Antoinette Yetunde Oni was born in 1994 in London before moving to Lagos, Nigeria. Her work narrates fictitious futuristic landscapes and architectural interventions that explore solutions to environmental concerns such as resource degradation and desertification in the Sahel Region.
Her exploration of West African topography began during her time as an NGO representative at the United Nations where she advocated for rural women’s land rights in Ghana and Nigeria.
In addition to her work as an artist and advocate, she recently worked as a designer for a Lagos-based architecture firm where she collaborated with local artisans on projects of varying scales.
Antoinette holds a BA (honours) in Architecture from the Manchester School of Architecture.