In Zohra Opoku’s work, with its starting point of growing up Ghanaian in the former East Germany with no reference
Often starting from the personal, with the I (like in classical narrative forms such as the Ayan of the Akan),
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No one will every speak of you the way you want to be spoken of, or show you in the
I wouldn’t presume to be telling the stories of all Ghanaians, but I would like to tell some of the
“It is an exercise in storytelling, in challenging dominant narratives.” – Contemporary And NANA OFORIATTA AYIM talks to C& about
The second in a series of monthly film portraits, both archive and catalyst, documenting artists from Ghana and its Diasporas.
Zohra Opoku’s installations, videos and performances magnify underlying geometries and patterns of the everyday. Like Ashanti and Ewe Kente weavers,
Though the Portraits Series aims to be one archive of artists from Ghana and its Diaspora, it does not seek
The first in a series of monthly film portraits, both archive and catalyst, documenting artists from Ghana and its Diasporas.
Serge Attukwei Clottey’s performance work, expressed collectively through the group GoLokal, straddles the fields of art and social theatre. Reminiscent