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Invisible Borders in N’Djamena (Tchad) in photos

Posted: July 6, 2013 at 7:55 pm by

we have just returned from N’Djamena after a very intense but super exciting 12 days. As some of you may have seen from all the postings on facebook, the project was exciting and very well received by the N’Djamena public. The public engaged with the images displayed in a profound and unpretentious manner. They equally […]

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Invisible Borders à N’djamena – a quick account of the exhibition

Posted: June 24, 2013 at 5:49 am by

we have just returned from N’Djamena after a very intense but super exciting 12 days. As some of you may have seen from all the postings on facebook, the project was exciting and very well received by the N’Djamena public. The public engaged with the images displayed in a profound and unpretentious manner. They equally […]

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Call For Participation : The Accra Project

Posted: June 6, 2013 at 4:18 pm by

THE ACCRA PROJECT Workshops in Photography, Writing, and Film Invisible Borders Trans-African Photography Organisation, in collaboration with the Foundation for Contemporary Art, Ghana and Accra[dot]Alt, presents THE ACCRA PROJECT, a trans-African photography symposium that includes an exhibition, workshops, and series of events taking place in Accra, Ghana this July. Invisible Borders is looking for dynamic […]

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Invisible Borders 2012 – A Photo Essay

Posted: May 23, 2013 at 11:45 am by

Photos: Jide Odukoya, Novo Isioro, Ray-Daniels Okeugo & Emeka Okereke; Text: Emmanuel Iduma Note: I have taken the liberty to make ‘chapters’ of our stories, with the hope that readers find it accessible, and ultimately, delightful. The reader may choose to read the text as it appears underneath each photograph (repeated in photos belonging to the same ‘chapter’, without […]

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Volontaires Bénévolés?

Posted: May 1, 2013 at 10:08 pm by

Invisible Borders est un collectif d’artistes passionnés qui croient dans les idéaux d’un projet ambitieux. Le challenge de garder vivante cette organisation dans des activités journalières est immense, mais notre résolution à garder durable le projet est plus grande encore. Cependant, la charge de travail de cette organisation augmente de plus en plus alors que […]

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Lagos to Accra Aboard ABC Transport

Posted: February 13, 2013 at 2:22 pm by

During the 2012 Christmas holidays, Emeka Okereke traveled by road to Accra, Ghana. He recorded his experiences on his blog. The last three lines of his recount read: ABC Transport is a pioneer in that dream of building a Trans-African Transportation that will encourage Trans-African dealings and exchanges. They are amongst those elements of our […]

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Featured: Lucy Azubuike

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 8:44 pm by

Text by Robin Riskin Lucy Azubuike is on board the Invisible Borders crew as the video artist responsible for compiling all IB video documents. She joined the Invisible Borders road trip in 2009. She wanted, she said, “a wide route to the art world.” She was immediately excited by the prospect of being an IB member. […]

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Relive the 2011 Road Trip

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 8:00 pm by

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Featured: Ray-Daniels Okeugo

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 6:04 am by

Text by Robin Riskin Ray Daniels Okeugo, born in Aba, Nigeria, was indoctrinated into photography in 2007. He started out as a Nollywood actor, and delved into photography by working with Emeka Okereke. Ray’s work tends to take off from the documentary yet retain attributes of photo-journalism. His strength lies in the keenness of observation […]

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Discussing Aesthetics in The Trans-African Project

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 5:46 am by

by Emeka Okereke Reality can be synthesized I am sitting in a moderately furnished apartment, in the living room precisely. There is a flower vase right before me, on top of my desk – with flowers, yes. Only that these flowers are synthetic and not the real thing. It got me reflecting… The extent to […]

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