Novo Isioro – The Corporate Life of a Market Woman

Posted: September 28, 2012 at 2:11 pm by

It is important to understand and acknowledge that many forms of interactive exchange in Africa starts from the unique space of the market. And the rich personalities/beings that exist in this space have to be highlighted and celebrated. Chantal: Mama Chantal as she popularly called is a trader that works in her corporate space (Gare […]

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Ray Daniels Okeugo – Cameroon/Gabon

Posted: September 28, 2012 at 1:57 pm by

Ray Daniels Okeugo presents his work developed in Cameroon until Gabon: [nggallery id=55] профессиональная кофемашина юридическое обслуживание предприятий

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Emeka Okereke – In Between the Signs

Posted: September 28, 2012 at 1:51 pm by

Emeka Okereke adds more work to his series ‘In Between the Signs’ in Libreville, Gabon [nggallery id=51] кофемашина профессиональная регистрация ооо киев

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Ignacio Matala Evita – Libreville

Posted: September 28, 2012 at 1:44 pm by

Ignacio Matala Evita is a filmmaker from Equitorial Guinea. Although he is working primarily as a filmmaker, he produced some work celebrating the lives of Gabonese people: [nggallery id=52] Проект ресторана регистрация тов киев

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Libreville: As Seen by Jide Odukoya

Posted: September 28, 2012 at 1:39 pm by

Images by Jide Odukoya who has been documenting the everyday realities of Libreville [nggallery id=54] блинницы профессиональные регистрация ооо днепропетровск

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The Value of Duality – Emmanuel Iduma

Posted: September 27, 2012 at 2:37 pm by

A clue from Ilya Kaminsky’s Five Dials essay on Mandelstam, and on the lyric voice: “Mandelstam’s life is full of dualities, arguments, contradictions. A Jew born in Poland, he was Russian poetry’s central figure in the twentieth century. A Modernist, he openly defended strict classical forms. He wrote in rich, formal verse structures. Then sometimes […]

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Lesedi Mogoatlhe in Conversation

Posted: September 26, 2012 at 2:22 pm by

In this short conversation, Lesedi Mogoatlhe, a filmmaker from South Africa and participant of the 2012 Road Trip shares her intimate responses to the journey with Emmanuel Iduma, writer from Nigeria.   Emmanuel Iduma: Why did you come for this trip? I know it’s simple, but I’m sure it has several layers of interpretations to […]

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Encounters, Exchanges – Emmanuel Iduma

Posted: September 25, 2012 at 2:07 pm by

Image by Jide Odukoya. Libreville. IB 2012 24 – 25 September “The politics of keeping an afro has been overrated,” I lie to myself, and a friend who always takes me serious. Although I am trying, it is difficult to know if I would succeed in keeping an afro. Preoccupied by such inconsequential practicalities, after, […]

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Encounters – Diary of Being Present

Posted: September 24, 2012 at 5:34 pm by

23 September 2012 Sunday afternoon – I am here as a souvenir of all that I have encountered since Tuesday when we arrived Libreville. Earlier I was in the bathroom, where I looked at the mirror and saw that my hair had grown to become more than it used to be, and that, of course, […]

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Emeka Okereke in conversation with Emmanuel Iduma

Posted: September 22, 2012 at 3:35 pm by

A conversation between Emeka Okereke, founder and Artistic Director of Invisible Borders Trans-African Photographers’ Organization, and Emmanuel Iduma, Nigerian author and writer. The conversation took place in Libreville, Gabon where Okereke and Iduma are participating in a road trip. The conversation takes into focus the work of the Organization since 2009, when it was founded […]

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