On “Quick Sand” We Stand – A Photography Workshop
Quicksand is a colloquial term that refers to loose wet sand that yields easily to pressure and sucks in anything resting on or falling into it. It can be a bad or dangerous situation from which it is hard to escape.
Cultural Heritage Masterclass Documentary Dissonances
The music is visual, images made during the course of three intensive masterclass weeks. Six photographers based in Lagos fine tuning their individual talents and visual acuity to document various aspects of cultural heritage.
Are You A Learner Part II
In continuation of the ongoing conversation on the notion of representation and identity, the workshop – Are You A Learner, returns with more critical insights and discussions on various post colonial assumptions and imperative that have dominated the artistic and cultural milieu.
Are You A Learner Part I
“Are You A Learner” is a well-known Lagos/Nigerian street slang that is suggestive of an impression on the sight – a performance, simulation or pretense. It connotes an act of representation or misrepresentation in some sort.
Ambiguity of The Face
A person has no identity apart from his relationship with someone or is linked to something else.
Tonal Range (black and White Photgraphy Workshop)
This course aims to explore the power and timeless nature that black and white photography offers.
Story ( A Photo Essay Workshop)
This course aims to explore photo essay as a technique in photography and also as a very simple collection of images that are placed in a specific order to tell the progression of events, emotions and concepts.