As an artist working within the realm of Afrofuturism, Black working class social and political movements, I am fascinated by the idea of imagining new possibilities for the future while honoring the very reality of our present.
Through my art, I strive to create a dialogue that explores the intersection of race, gender, and identity in contemporary society. I am particularly drawn to the power of images and symbols, and how they can be used to challenge dominant narratives and reimagine new realities.
By utilizing a combination of images and digital materials, the collective work rejects structural conventions and serves as the antithesis to the earthbound normative projections of working class black Africans.
My work often incorporates elements of science fiction and fantasy, as a way to imagine alternative futures that challenge the status quo. I believe that art has the power to transform society, and through this innovative approach, working with technology becomes a powerful tool for liberation, enabling the artist to break free from the constraints of the past and lead the way towards a brighter future.