Contemporary artist Patrick Tagoe-Turkson draws on the historical traditional art concepts of his native Effutu State in Southern Ghana which is widely known for the Aboakyer (deer hunting) festival. His art cut across drawing, painting, assemblage, video, performance and sculpture installations. As a Nature Artist living close to the sea, he collects materials for his work from the Atlantic Ocean. Currently he uses found flip-flops as the medium for his art.
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