When I first came to Atlanta in 1995, I was all set to promote my art. My main focus was to feature my signature style “Plastic Space” which is a form of figurative abstract influenced by Pablo Picasso and cubism. But the reception was like I had hit a brick wall. “I don’t understand this!
Some define Afrofuturism as a literary and cultural aesthetic that combines elements of science fiction, historical fiction, fantasy, Afrocentricity, and magic realism as the basic elements of Afrofuturism. My work builds a bridge not from just a point of view of blackness but across race, gender, the world and beyond. It is a culmination of