Serge Attukwei Clottey (@afrogallonism
) (b. 1985) is known for work that examines the powerful agency of everyday objects. Working across installation, performance, photography and sculpture, Clottey explores personal and political narratives rooted in histories of trade and migration. Based in Accra and working internationally, Clottey refers to his work as “Afrogallonism”, a concept that confronts the question of material culture through the utilisation of yellow gallon containers. Cutting, drilling, stitching and melting found materials, Clottey’s sculptural installations are bold assemblages that act as a means of inquiry into the languages of form and abstraction.
Stop by booth C7 at @untitledartfair
Miami Beach this week to see works by @afrogallonism
From today until Saturday, the fair is open daily to the public from 11am - 7pm and Sunday from 11am - 5pm.
Pictured work: Serge Attukwei Clottey,
yesterday and tomorrow, 2018
Plastics, wires and oil paint
99h x 75w in
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