Serge Attukwei Clottey

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Serge Attukwei Clottey is a Ghanaian artist from Accra. At the intersection of environmental and social justice, he uses the daily objects around him, as well as his own body to create and perform art.Afrogallonism is his project which turns Ghana’s ubiquitous yellow gallon containers into art, thus drawing attention to what they stand for: Ghana’s water shortage, the lack of potable running water, of near-by water sources, of safe and clean storage systems.

Serge Attukwei Clottey is a Ghanaian artist from Accra. At the intersection of environmental and social justice, he uses the daily objects around him, as well as his own body to create and perform art.Afrogallonism is his project which turns Ghana’s ubiquitous yellow gallon containers into art, thus drawing attention to what they stand for: Ghana’s water shortage, the lack of potable running water, of near-by water sources, of safe and clean storage systems.

"African Electronics" Takes a Spiritual Approach to Individual Power | The Creators Project

"African Electronics" Takes a Spiritual Approach to Individual Power | The Creators Project

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Serge Attukwei Clottey – An Artist With A Higher Vision for Art

Serge Attukwei Clottey – An Artist With A Higher Vision for Art

Serge Attukwei Clottey is a Ghanaian artist from Accra. At the intersection of environmental and social justice, he uses the daily objects around him, as well as his own body to create and perform art.Afrogallonism is his project which turns Ghana’s ubiquitous yellow gallon containers into art, thus drawing attention to what they stand for: Ghana’s water shortage, the lack of potable running water, of near-by water sources, of safe and clean storage systems.

Serge Attukwei Clottey is a Ghanaian artist from Accra. At the intersection of environmental and social justice, he uses the daily objects around him, as well as his own body to create and perform art.Afrogallonism is his project which turns Ghana’s ubiquitous yellow gallon containers into art, thus drawing attention to what they stand for: Ghana’s water shortage, the lack of potable running water, of near-by water sources, of safe and clean storage systems.

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Art In the Age of Afrogallonism: An Interview with Ghanaian Artist Serge Attukwei Clottey

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Mask - ©Serge Clottey

Mask - ©Serge Clottey

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