Strangers From Space, 2019

Archival digital print on canvas, 36" X 22"


Edition of 5

Prints are produced on demand. Owing to their custom nature, delivery of your purchase may take up to three weeks.


An exploration of divide, identity, and perspective. The irony of colonization lies deeply embedded in the historical narrative of so-called discovery, where colonizers often claimed to have uncovered new lands, despite the presence of indigenous populations who had been the true discoverers and innovators of those territories for centuries. Yet, the irony extends further in how these colonizers perceived the indigenous inhabitants not as the rightful owners but as 'aliens' or 'the other'. This has not only stripped melanated people of their agency and heritage but also obscured their significant contributions from various tribes and kingdoms to what the world now recognizes as fundamental knowledge and technology.