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Art should usher us forward to the unseen and the unknown, address the known, and urge us to question this reality, so alternative understandings of the world and the way we live may occur.


Works In Progress

- ourFrankfurt project -
- Chini ya Maji exhibition -
- Tabaka film -

Completed Works

- Face to Face/Let's Face it -
iwapo - cities reimagined- Jordan Awori
- Iwapo -
ukoo-jordan awori
- Mizizi -
wananichunga-jordan awori
- Wananichunga -
- Nywele (Interdisciplinary) -
- Naifurt -
frankfurt post colonial
- Decolonial Personalities of Democracy -
the uso edition - Jordan Awori
- Uso (Video) -
- Msimamo -
- Labels (34 to 35) -
When is the right time?
- The Colonies and the Queen -
- Kujificha -
One-way conversation 1  (Image used: British soldiers assist police searching for Mau Mau members in Kariobangi, Kenya, 1954. Photograph: popperfoto/Getty Images)  (Text used: extract from the article "The Humboldt forum and colonial robbery by Deutschland funk, quoting Museum director Lars-Christian Koch)
- One Way Conversation -
The Kichwani Edition - video art piece by Jordan Awori
- Kichwani (Video) -
tabaka series by Jordan awori
- Tabaka (video) -
my kenyaness - Jordan awori
- My Kenyaness (Audio) -
tuna kiwango? 1
- Tuna Kiwango? -
Hereni Nasara 1 (inspired by Nasara, one of the wives of Avenge with typical fan-shaped style of the Zande Democratic Republic of Congo)
- Hereni Nasara -
Leso 5 (Luhya text: Who are we?) Image used: Mangbetu woman of Congo
- Leso -
Why you’ll never forget the name Geraldine Batista Roman (420 x 297 mm)
- Habari -
tunaonana?-visual aids postcard
- Tunaonana? -
Day 4: SELF-ABSORBED (2022, Digital Photomontage, 297 x 210 mm)
- 33 to 34 -
Nothing to prove!-University of Westminster’s Action against Hate: Diversity & Religion Exhibition in London
- Nothing to Prove! -
Kitamba 1 (Image used: Mangbetu Woman from Congo with a fine coiffe)
- Kitamba -
Khuchia Ena?
- Khuchia Ena? -
Chapa 6 (Image used: Queen Dowager Rosalie Gicanda (1928-20 April 1994) was the wife of Rwandan King (Kinyarandwa: Miami) Mutari III Rudahigwa)
- Chapa -

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