Contemporary artist Ibrahim Mahama’s giant installation hanging on some of the student resident Halls at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). Ibrahim’s work is a giant collage of jute sacks that have been stitched together. His work quarries labour, capital and humanity in the 21at century using readily available but expensive materials loaded with histories of accumulation. Ibrahim’s jute sacks installations are infused with signs of ownership and mostly covers huge structures in urban areas.
Photo Credit: KNUST Painting and Sculpture