A body of work reflecting a series of journeys across race, time and place, exploring latent anthropology, history and geography. She examines artistically the philosophy of British Empire as it relates to the institution of British Transatlantic Plantation Slavery ( BTPS) and identifies why re-visiting BTPS is important for everybody in the contemporary. She shines equal light on modern poverty i.e. foodbanks and homelessness as a continued trajectory and legacy of BTPS and concludes that we need another language to repair the torn fabric of our humanity.
African Violet, herself was inspired by the greatest form of love…sacrifice. She began as a Butterfly