Available in an archival fine art print [Edition of 25]
"Shanty Mega-structures" juxtapose sites of privileged and much coveted real-estate throughout Lagos, Nigeria with colossal vertical settlements representing marginalized and impoverished communities. It's a visual conversation on how slums are frequently viewed as unsightly eyesores to be bull-dozed at worst and ignored at best, leaving their inhabitants completely displaced. So in this instance the dispossessed are given prominence and visibility through an African, Eco-futurist vision.
Digital media on Archival Matte Paper
16" x 24"