(when) time turns, space turns

Glass and sand
250 x 560 cm / 98 ⅜ x 220 ½ in
Each: 20 x 27 cm / 7 ⅞ x 10 ⅝ in

(if) space moves, matter moves

Flocked plaster models with wire mesh, coffee, paprika, charcoal, chalk and sand
420 x 400 cm / 165 ⅜ x 157 ½ in

Adjoa Armah

Adjoa Armah (b. 1988 Accra, Ghana) is an anti-disciplinary artist, writer and educator. Her practice is concerned with narrative, the archive, pedagogy, Black ontology and spatial consciousness. Armah is the founder of the archive of Ghanian photographic negatives Saman, through which she experiments with models of institution building grounded in Akan temporalities and West African technologies of social and historical mediation.

Photo: Daniel Schäfer
Video: Tramuntana Films

Armah has had solo exhibitions at Auto Italia, London, and fluent, Santander. She has been published widely, in titles / publications including Afterall, e-flux, Frieze, A Magazine Curated by, Apartamento, Vogue, and TSA Art Magazine. She has taught at institutions including Tate, London; Ruskin School of Art, Oxford; Central Saint Martins, London; University of Westminster, London; Royal College of Art, London; and HEAD, Geneva University of Art and Design.

‘After the Mediterranean,’ curated by Oriol Fontdevila, is on view until 29 October 2023.