Zohra Opoku Sassa Curated by Nana Oforiatta Ayim Opening Performance in collaboration with Ama Boamah/Adinkra Studio Wood works in collaboration
Serge Attukwei Clottey ‘My Mother’s Wardrobe’ Curated by Nana Oforiatta Ayim/ ANO The exhibition ‘My Mother’s Wardrobe’ comprises a series
Launch of phase one of the Cultural Encyclopaedia project with a short film documenting the use of the kiosk as a
The Kiosk Culture Book is the first in a series of publications by ANO that will chart historical and contemporary
My first direct encounter with the kiosk was earlier this year. ANO’s current primary research project is a pan-African online
The ANO Centre for Cultural Research’s first foray into the world, are an exhibition and discussion, alongside the launch
I’ve dreamt of a Cultural Revolution in Ghana and on the continent for as long as I remember, of the
Excited to have gotten funding for the online platform of my Pan-African Cultural Encyclopaedia from LACMA in LA! Everyone who
The Living History Hub is a purpose-built structure/kiosk that revolutionizes the idea of what a museum is and can be,
Lecture performance for the Cultural Encyclopaedia highlighting the trajectories of past and present in the work of musician, choreographer and
Interview with Nana Oforiatta Ayim on creating her films as a form of research in action, and the quest to
Talk on the methodologies of the Cultural Encyclopaedia at Other Gestures, a conference giving voice to artists, researchers, collectives and
The concept of the Cultural Encyclopaedia was presented at the ALA Conference, ‘African Futures and Beyond. Visions in Transition’ alongside
Research Residency for the Cultural Encyclopaedia project at Kadist Art Foundation, a non-profit organisation bi-located in Paris and San Francisco.
Masking or the Masquerade is often as much about what it unmasks or reveals as what it masks or hides.