Bernard Akoi-Jackson

Bernard Akoi-Jackson

BIO

Bernard Akoi-Jackson is an artist and writer interrogating hybrid post-colonial African identities, through ephemeral make-shift memorials and performative rituals of the mundane.

Using critical absurdity he becomes the proverbial jester or Esu moving between genres; dance, poetry, installation, photography and video to confront the complexities of his specific cultural moment.

His work has been seen in Ghana, Nigeria, South-Africa, India, UK, Germany, Portugal and the Netherlands. His writing tracks the development of contemporary Ghanaian and African visual art and culture.

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