Photography expresses and visualizes our moments in the universe, and our moments could be likened to the ebb and flow of waves at the beach.
The body of work showcased at the “She Made Me Do It” exhibition provides views on the importance of how people perceive societal, environmental, psychological, physical, and emotional changes around them.
The goal of the artist is not to present life as a pendulum or metaphoric waves, but to highlight the dynamics of human society with its environmental influences in various aspects of life.
The Imposters Art Collective kicked off their series of exhibitions with “She Made Me Do This,” a photography collection by Nana Antwi Bosiako, curated by Ian Kwakye at the Imposters Art gallery, Awoshie on the 19th of November, 2022.
The self-taught multidisciplinary artist, Nana Antwi Bosiako, expresses himself with photography; capturing frozen moments in time and allowing the viewer to take a second look at the still images as they tell secret stories of situations the subjects were captured in.
This exhibition hints at notions of interactivity and participation on the part of the subjects and their surroundings. The ten (10) exhibits include seven 20×24-inch photoprints and three 20×30-inch canvas-framed artworks.
He has been researching the ocean from a mystic and literal perspective, which speaks volumes about how the sea displays traits and feelings similar to those of humans and the urgent need to protect the ocean.
His work is conceptually organized to provide understanding of all aspects of human life.
According to the curator, Ian Kwakye, the art collective has already started working with artists and groups to organize educative and informative workshops and exhibitions in the Ghanaian creative space.
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