WHO I AM, WHO WE ARE.
“Who I Am, Who We Are” was a project about the idea of nationhood and how this is embodied through our sense of identity and our everyday interactions. It is a concept animated by the notion that today’s world reflects a reality both multiple and unique. Nowhere is this idea truer than here, in Kenya, at 50.
The project acted as a catalyst for reflection and contribution to the conversation/debate on the path taken by Kenya since 1963 into the future, where each person has an individual responsibility to building Kenya.
“Who I Am, Who We Are” was a process based project that interrogates the interactions, which we have with others and public spaces and how these affect our sense of identity.
The project was a collaboration with Xavier Verhoest, a Belgian artist based in Nairobi, Kenya.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT HERE