'I mark places where you can look into another reality.
I nail a small black cardboard to the wall, and on it the symbol of wisdom, knowledge and sensibility. With it, I say – Here you can expand your perception. I use the symbols of Adinkra. In prehistoric times, they functioned as a form of communication and were placed on cave walls. I communicate with others. I am a working woman and I do my job well – I am an artist – I show the invisible, passed by and ignored.’
This picture comes from an on-going project of working in the public places.
For the Day of Working Women, the artist like to draw attention to the invisible work done.
Be it, the artist do – expanding people’s perception – or everyday care for the families. Either way, we do it in this collective ethos of togetherness.