I want to be an artwork. No, don’t say: You already are. You were molded to this shape and size, and every part of your body was created thoughtfully. I already know that. When I say I want to be an artwork, I mean, I want to feel like an artwork. I want to live like an artwork. I want pictures to be taken not just of my face, but
I have been shouting ‘Exhibition’ ‘Exhibition’ since… Well, the first day of the exhibition came today and although it’s a week long (and there are other absolutely breathtaking art works at the venue/gallery) I know some people would not still visit. So, here are the three works I exhibited and their interpretations. Enjoy! Obinrin-birin The word ‘Obinrin’ is Yoruba for ‘Woman’. On the finished work in the gallery, I
Prompt: Jan 26 Musical What role does music play in your life? I am dance And to me, you are music. Individually, we stand as two unique personalities. A person can dance without music As he can sing without dancing. You may see, in a market place, a woman clutching her son’s report card, and dancing to absolutely no music. Because dance, can in itself exist. And I am dance.
*Today’s topic is ‘American Graffiti’. When I saw it, I just thought to myself, ‘I should get a Nigerian themed writer’s prompt’. Maybe I’ll search for one. Or make one. But till then…* Enjoy! I don’t know much about graffiti other than the fact that it’s art. Somewhat forbidden art. Vandalism, they say, in form of art. Today, on my way to Obalende, I looked at the walls to get