Onyedika Chuke was born in Oneisha, Nigeria. He studied at Cooper Union and currently resides in New York City. With a focus on sculpture and text, the artist imagines his most recent work as a sculptural archive called The Forever Museum Archive, which he began in Libya in 2011. Chuke assumes the role of the archivist, researcher, and conservator; all working together within the constructs of a theoretical museum. The mission of this museum is to collect and re-contextualize historical objects as the artist reflects on contemporary theories in politics, culture, and architecture. Since 2011, he has worked on the archive in New York, Switzerland, France, and Rome.