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'The Khuchia Ena? Edition

(Part of the ‘Am I African Enough?’ Collection)​

As a part of the collection, this edition consists of works that depict the relationship between fashion (through the deconstruction of the leso fabric worn by the people of East Africa), language (through the artist’s traditional dialect of Luhya that she uses to portray questions she has about her “Africanness”) and hair (the ultimate African woman’s crown).
(The ‘Am I African Enough?’ Collection? is a series of works where I question my African Identity as a born and bred Kenyan currently living in Germany. What is this “Africaness” I identify as? What truly makes me Kenyan? What makes me African enough?)
Details: Mixed-media
Khuchia Ena?
Khuchia Ena? (Luhya text: Where are we going?) Image used: Untitled (Agaracha) 1974 by J.D. Okhai Ojeikere-Nigeria) 
Huchia Na Wena?
Huchia Na Wena? (Luhya text: Who are we going with?) Image used: Untitled 1974 by J.D. Okhai Ojeikere-Nigeria) 
Hunola Hutie Eyo?
Hunola Hutie Eyo? (Luhya text: How will we get there?) Image used: Untitled 1971 by J.D. Okhai Ojeikere-Nigeria) 

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