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FLOW: Live & Unplugged is on every Tuesday evening and tomorrow, we bring you live band music by The Groove Agent Band. Accra is hot and we know that, hence we are preparing a time capsule for you between 6pm and 9pm tomorrow.Think of your favourite Motown Records song and let me know. Some of mine are by Boyz II Men, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross and Stevie Wonder.Time: 6pm-9pmDate: Tuesday 6th DecemberVenue: Kristal Accra, Osu (Behind SSNIT Hospital, Next to Mamma Mia Pizza)Entry is FREE so come early and don't miss out!To *reserve a table*, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0246824274
With his camera, Eric Gyamfi could very well be a fly on the wall. With an array of compound eyes he has put together a mosaic of photographs composed of lives of people with whom he has spent several hours living and observing. He has put together poignant tales of ordinary, yet extraordinary aspects of individuals caught in their everyday interactions- at work and at play- with aloof seriousness and with touching emotion. The titleSee me, See you- was deliberately chosen to complement the way the artist envisioned each mounted work in the main gallery at Nubuke Foundation. The viewer is cunningly confronted with reflections of themselves next to the works- drawn and immersed right into the setting of the photographs. The original expression, ‘you see me I no see you’ from which the exhibition title was coined could allude to a number of things- either being an innocent bystander, an alibi or maybe a witness who ignores happenings. In see me, see you- the artist flips the lens and forces some critical introspection- of self, ideas, viewpoints, perceptions, conceptions… Whom do you see? Him? Her? Them? Us? You? ... Eric’s photographs are presented in a stark contrast of black and white, ridding them of distractions and bringing them into focus. The dominance of this style of presentation leaves no place for something in between. Eric Gyamfi was a participant of a month-long Nuku Studio photography workshop run by Nii Obodai and other facilitators at Nubuke foun