For the Sao Jose
she/ her/ hers
My work, be it visual art, digital, audio or written word, is about social justice and human existence—its history, current state and possible futures. It is also about the environment, including its mysteries extending into the universe. In my recent work, I interrogate physical and economic violence against people and violence against this planet. My recent works are inspired by two Yoruba spirits, Oya, who governs wind, tempests, vengeance and communications with the ancestors, and Olokun, who governs the deepest part of the ocean and so also governs souls of Africans thrown into the ocean during the Atlantic Slave Trade.