Portrait and Fine Art photographer, Kadara Enyeasi, takes the intangible element of mood to express his feelings in ‘half current’.
‘Half current’ is a photography, interactive video and light installation which features a collection of 12 photographs, that are monochrome, ‘jarring’, layered and complex in mood. The installation opens to the public 6pm on Saturday the 15th of August at a Whitespace Lagos and will involve a visual and interactive performance by the artist.
Kadara would like the viewers to open their minds, let out distractions and allow the images to speak for themselves; working their imagination. He uses the images to tell the stories of his un-articulated and contradictory feelings, which he embraces as the only way to express himself. ‘half current’ is organized by AWCA – A Whitespace Creative Agency, working in close collaboration with the artist.
AWCA – A Whitespace Creative Agency, working in close collaboration with the artist.
THE ARTIST: KADARA.
Kadara Enyeasi is an AWCA creative, with an unbelievable ability for thought and storytelling through his camera lens. He started his photography journey, after he was given a camera as a gift while still in secondary school. His recent work focuses on a style of critical photography that examines sexuality, human psychology and the conflicts between western liberalism and African conservatism.
15 – 20 August 2015
A Whitespace Lagos
58 Raymond Njoku, Lagos
AWCA – A WHITESPACE CREATIVE AGENCY
AWCA- A Whitespace Creative Agency, is the first Creative Representation Agency in Nigeria, that offers creative idea consultancy services and also represents a roaster of very talented and creative people, who are activated to create and build, innovative and original ideas that give their clients a competitive advantage.
It also manages A Whitespace Lagos, a concept space, which can be transformed and used for temporary installations and interventions. The space is located in the heart of Ikoyi’s cultural enclave at 58, Raymond Njoku Street, off Awolowo road, Ikoyi Lagos.
For more information and enquires about the exhibition, Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.aw-ca.com, you can also contact us on +234(1)454-4987