Translating and Transforming Collective Memories into Sound, Market Symphony - Omenka Online

Born in Enugu in 1977, Emeka Ogboh is a sound and installation artist who explores how private, public, and collective memories and histories are translated, transformed, and encoded into sound and food. His works contemplate how sound and food capture existential relationships, frame our understanding of the world, and provide a context for critical questions on immigration, globalisation, and post-colonialism. Ogboh works in a......

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