“A Walk” is a series that explores the relationship between my body and the environment through the act of walking. It is a conceptual and experimental psycho-geographical investigation that maps out and connects my interior musings and the external environment that I traverse. It is a way for me to understand my immediate surroundings through my senses and improvisational actions to create a documentary narrative that distorts the limitations of time and space. “A Walk” goes beyond presenting still and moving images, it produces an archive of three dimensional objects created from found things the photographer picks up on her path. “A Walk” questions the boundaries between the internal and external in storytelling and charts the artists multi-sensory experience through the narrative, rather than using facts, interviews or research. “A Walk” is an ongoing project that has been activated in Lagos, Abuja and Maiduguri, Nigeria, with each location asking a different set of questions.
2018 - In progress. The project was supported by an Open Society Foundation Moving Walls grant.