Jua Kali Under The Fierce Sun
       
     
 Bun a fyah
       
     
Olodumare
       
     
que rayo cayo
       
     
Habana siete rayos
       
     
yorubaland
       
     
candela y ache
       
     
return xango
       
     
obatala
       
     
machacado frito
       
     
jugando domino
       
     
diadema
       
     
Jua Kali Under The Fierce Sun
       
     
Jua Kali Under The Fierce Sun

The Supreme Exodus Series - "Jua Kali" "Fierce Sun" - in Swahili

Expression used to describe anyone who works informally, with broken hands. The series are inspired by the African & Latin American migrant works who work under the burning sun.

In Kenya, Jua Kali are the "street doctors", modest people working under blazing sun to bring dead or broken things to life. Jua Kali make things move, work and flow; bringing value and integrity to communities.

In collaboration with Minerva Art Academy, Hanze University of Applied Sciences & The Frank Mohr Institute.

 Bun a fyah
       
     
Bun a fyah

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

Olodumare
       
     
Olodumare

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

que rayo cayo
       
     
que rayo cayo

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

Habana siete rayos
       
     
Habana siete rayos

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

yorubaland
       
     
yorubaland

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

candela y ache
       
     
candela y ache

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

return xango
       
     
return xango

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

obatala
       
     
obatala

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

machacado frito
       
     
machacado frito

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

jugando domino
       
     
jugando domino

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm

diadema
       
     
diadema

Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas - 200 x 140 cm