ketoya speaks (intro)

video excerpt/ process                                                                                                                               unprocessed processes/ Nsanakang-Ketoya-Baso; Ossindinge speaks…a century later

eyongakpa walther ks_1Untitled III (Ketoya), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;                                 a century later), 2016untitled (ketoya speaks)_2016 (1)Untitled XI (Ketoya), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;                                 a century later), 2016eyongakpa walther ks_7aUntitled XIV (Ketoya), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;                                 a century later), 2016
untitled, emkal  2016, 15x22,5cmUntitled XI (Nsanakang), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;                           a century later), 2016untitled, emkal 2016 (70x105)Untitled XXVI (Ketoya), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;                                 a century later), 2016eyongakpa walther ks_9Untitled XVI (Ketoya), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;                                 a century later), 2016eyongakpa walther_8aUntitled IX (Baso, Eshobi road), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;            a century later), 2016eyongakpa walther_13Untitled XII (Baso, Eshobi road), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;            a century later), 2016eyongakpa walther_9Untitled V (Baso, Eshobi road), Ketoya speaks/(Dɛnyaland-Kɛnyaŋland-Kɛyakaland;              a century later), 2016

 

 

installation view, the incantation of the disquieting muse,saavy contemporary (documented by India Roper-Evans

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THE INCANTATION OF THE DIQUIETING MUSE BY INDIA ROPER-EVANS

About Em'kal Eyongakpa

Em'kal Eyongakpa (b 1981) , Kɛnyaŋland/Dɛnyaland/ Itinerant. Approaches the experienced, the unknown, as well as collective histories through a ritual use of repetition and transformation, with interwoven installations/performances/soundscapes, that not only blurs the boundaries between employed media, but could also alter the notion of the real and the illusory. Initially trained as a botanist and ecologist, Eyongakpa switched to an interdisciplinary art pursuit, before taking even more time off for reflections around KHaL!LAND/KHaL! SHRINE/KHaL!toPIA. Selected recent exhibitions include 13th Sharjah Biennial 2017, La Biennale de Montréal 2016, 32a Bienal de São Paulo, Negotiations 1-i; Dualaland-Paris (Solo), Kadist art Foundation.

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