My work is primarily related with Identity, History and technology seeking to interrogate socio-political boundaries. And as cultural activist I’m interested in identity, origin and space. How an individual can compromise,
renegotiate space, and adapt to become reborn.
I also investigate the effects of technology on identity and history, while unpacking the ways in which technology has had an impact on diverse African populations. As an artist, I draw on the numerous technological resources available for realizing some ideas more efficiently.
I particularly focus on various ways in which the advanced technological revolution of the last twenty years has both positively and negatively impacted on the world generally and Africa in particular. The reliance on mining for natural resources for instance, has made Africa and its people vulnerable to low-wage labour abuse, as well as a range of issues beyond their control, dictated by international economic My work is related to identity and history, and seeks to interrogate people's origins and boundaries – how these can be renegotiated and recontextualised in different socio-political environments. I also investigate the impacts of contemporary technology on humanity, especially Africans.
I focus on various ways in which the technological advancement of the last twenty years has both positively and negatively affected the world. Its reliance on mining for resources, for instance, has made Africa and its people vulnerable to low-wage labour abuse as well as a range of other factors beyond their control, as dictated by international economic markets. The effect on cultural and environmental diversity has been devastating.
I collect remnants of this rapidly developing technology and incorporate them in my work. I use many other materials too, such as wood, fibre glass, plaster of paris, bandages, paper and clothing. The results include mixed-media collages, drawings, sculptures and performances – whatever best questions the issues and expresses my ideas.