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Nengi Adoki on Becoming Joy, the Witch, in Juju Stories
Last December, Conrad Omodiagbe, a writer with Zikoko, reached out to me about my favourite Nollywood performance of the year. They were curating a list and wanted submissions from "Nollywood critics". I didn't have to think about it for long. The answer was Nengi Adoki as Joy in C.J. Obasi's Suffer The Witch from Surreal 16's anthology film Juju Stories. This is what I had to say about her performance: As Joy, Nengi Adoki is as sultry as she is menacing while looking like a Deeper Life babe. How did she achieve this? In the hands of a different actor, Joy could have been over-the-top, theatrical, but Nengi stays in control and keeps her restrained. It helps with the mystery surrounding the character and one could easily have believed her to be “simple, unassuming Joy” but for Nengi’s eyes. They betray Joy. They instil fear and let us know she isn’t exactly as she seems. It is one of the most terrific performances I have ever seen from Nollywood.
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A Visit to Wangechi Mutu's Nairobi Studio Explores Her Profound Ties to Nature and the Feminine
Kenyan-American artist Wangechi Mutu made history in 2019 when her four bronze sculptures became the first ever to occupy the niches of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s facade. Stretching nearly seven feet, the seated quartet evokes images of heavily adorned African queens and intervenes in the othe
Drawings/Illustrations have always been my first choice for expression, they present a way for me to fuse figurative compositions with abstract drawings mimicking human movement and interaction with space and body form. Recently, I have begun to explore other means of expressing myself as I am intrigued by the flow of human movement from being static to its animated attributes.
Trybe on Instagram: “Types Of People You Met In Ghana This December ”
So the holiday season has come to a close, making it the perfect time to look back at the type of people we met during our December in Ghana-as illustrated by some of our favourite pieces of art. Let us know if any of them look familiar, and who we’re missing 👀👀