Deborah Shorindé is a Nigerian writer and audio artist, raised in South London and Southern Ontario. Exploring the intersections between materiality, intimacy, and diaspora, her work is an investigation into the future of tenderness.
Deborah has produced audio content for: The Tate Modern, BBC Radio 4, CBC Radio, Serpentine Gallery, Mermaid Palace, and Soundcastle. Her work has been exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art London, Theatre Delicatessen, the Empathy Museum and Toynbee Hall.
She is currently a University of the Arts London, AKO Institute Storytelling Fellow.