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Ray Daniels Okeugo: Calabar en route Douala

Posted: September 20, 2012 at 1:58 pm by

Here are works by the photographer Ray Daniels Okeugo, made while the team was en route Douala from Calabar: [nggallery id=39] vanco.com.ua/ www.pharmacity.com.ua apple Ipad

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Jide Odukoya: Calabar en route Douala

Posted: September 20, 2012 at 1:46 pm by

Here are images by the photographer Jide Odukoya, taken while the team was en route Douala from Calabar [nggallery id=40] vanco.com.ua/ www.pharmacity.com.ua Ipad

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There, Here – Emmanuel Iduma

Posted: September 15, 2012 at 2:02 pm by

Like every visitor, it is difficult to be in a new place without falling into the temptation of comparison – to compare one’s place of residence with the place of visit. So easily, before leaving Douala, and now that we are in Yaoundé, I began to notice subtle differences – okadas with umbrella-covers, cabs used […]

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Emmanuel Iduma in Conversation with Lionel Manga

Posted: September 14, 2012 at 1:43 pm by

Lionel Manga is a Cameroonian writer, researcher and philosopher living and working in Douala. He is one of the foremost artists who has contributed immensely in the shaping of the artistic landscape of Douala and Cameroon as a whole through his involvement with the art space Doual’Art known as one of the only relevant art […]

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Calabar – Lesedi Mogoatlhe

Posted: September 11, 2012 at 8:19 am by

  Notes: Calabar is what Cape Town is for South Afica, a well-kept port town geared towards nurturing tourism and I guess in a way, a hub of significant historical points/stories. After coming from Lagos, then Aba, Calabar almost felt ‘un-Nigerian- like’, and I was quite amused that the crew I was with, had a […]

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A Montage of Moments (2)

Posted: September 10, 2012 at 4:27 pm by

I imagine that life begins at a point of intersection – which is, actually, the point of this endeavour, the idea behind travelling from Lagos to other African cities. What we have struggled to do, in the last two days, is to acknowledge the presence of Others – artists and residents of Douala alike. In […]

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Crossing The Border from Nigeria to Cameroon

Posted: September 9, 2012 at 8:20 am by

Notes: This video was made during the Invisible Borders Road Trip Project 2012. The Team makes an attempt to traverse the border from Nigeria to Cameroon, but they got stuck on this road for three days! Since the independence of the two countries this road has always been like this, in fact, it has never […]

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Sinking, Rising – The Sinking Mud Story

Posted: September 8, 2012 at 8:59 am by

Download as pdf: Photo Essay – Sinking-Rising – Mud Story. Images: Novo Isioro, Emeka Okereke, Ray Daniels Okeugo, Jide Odukoya & Mario Macilau Text: Emmanuel Iduma When the night began, only lightened by our van’s headlight, it seemed to me like a game, one that is played without an outcome in mind. Here the mud workers […]

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A Montage of Moments (1) – Emmanuel Iduma

Posted: September 7, 2012 at 4:33 pm by

To write about Douala, I have taken an easy route, which is to highlight moments, so far, that has fascinated me, sparkled me. I am in this business like a photographer, to see first, record, and then attempt to explain, a lesson learnt from Berger’s Way of Seeing. There is no time for sociological theory, […]

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Christian Nyampeta – Meanwhile or Looking Away

Posted: September 5, 2012 at 5:22 pm by

A collection of photographs by the visual artist/scholar, Christian Nyampeta. [nggallery id=50] www.zubochist.com.ua/ www.pro-service.com.ua купить ipad киев

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