Before stepping foot in the white man’s land, Everyone said it was one of the highest achievements one could ever attain. That my life would change for the best instantly, the grass is ‘over’ green on this side, that I would have fewer things to worry about and in short, this is a PERFECT LIFE! […]Read More This Oyinbo life sef!
From Art critic Emilie Trice who calls it ‘the graffiti Mecca of the urban art world’ [though her statement is contested by other art critics], to UNESCO referring to it as the city of Design,then to various tourist admitting it is the most ‘bombed’ city in the whole of Europe. The city of Berlin cannot be […]Read More #BerlinMemoirs: wir lieben Straßenkunst
To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the council of Arts which coincidentally clashed with the 500th anniversary of Utopia, Somerset house in collaboration with the art council introduced eight new commissions on display at the house. One of which was Kate Patterson’s Totality. Katie Paterson’s totality comprises of images of nearly every solar eclipse that’s been […]Read More Katie Patterson’s Totality
The trip was long overdue. Though I hadn’t the slightest idea of what Utopia is/was as the case maybe.Up until my visit to Somerset house in WestMinster I had no clue what it was all about but all thanks to GOOGLE for giving me the heads up when I needed it. Utopia happens to be […]Read More Chronicles Of An Expeditionist: #Utopia2016
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference- Robert Frost. This poem directly expresses the life of Laolu Senbanjo who is popularly known as afromysterics is a Lawyer from the south-western part of Nigeria. He took up law as a profession after […]Read More Afromysterics: Rebellious Lawyer turned Master of Air
My trip to Birmingham was an eye opener. Despite the cold and the task my teammates and I were given,(which at some point was exhausting- try smiling to a plethora of people for a long time and you would have a clue of what I am talking about) i had on ” ethnographic researchers cap” […]Read More Musings Of A Researcher
Still on my Birmingham experience, one of the task some groups were asked to work on was about them writing a poem on the city and the life of people in the city (I was so glad my group did not get that task) but we were all asked to work on it either […]Read More I’ll Write you a Love note
In the course of my studies, I have come to terms with my learning technique. classroom activities are good but I enjoy leaving my comfort zone to study people and a new environment. gladly, I had this opportunity on the 23rd of March. my classmates and I were asked to experience ethnography as a methodology […]Read More With Love from BHM City