The Misalignment of a Polarised Black Star: a record of the demolition of Old Fadama currently Sodom and Gomorrah by the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) from the viewpoint of its citizens. Heyvaert: A photographic documentation of an immigrant community in Brussels, collaborating with Nyani Quarmyne and Barbara Roosen. Paris: Nii Obodaias experience of his first visit to Paris as part of a three month residency. It is a documentation of his interaction with the City of Paris. These photographs were taken in 2005 but as yet have not been shown in Ghana. Bani: An aesthetic of a small village surrounded by mud mosques. The photographs of Bani present a view point that juxtaposes the relationship between our environment, architecture, religion and the human desire to celebrate God. Unspoken: A contribution to the group exhibition the Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born at the Goethe institute, Ghana in 2012. Africa.es: A first experience documentation of his two week residency in Spain, 2010. Liberation of Soul: a continuous work in progress comprising interviews and portraits of people in Africa who are exploring their vision for the future. It is an audio and photographic creation. Who Knows Tomorrow: A collaborative book project with Algerian-French photographer, Bruno Boudjelal.
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