Djodja I Suekí - Afrikanizm

Djodja I



Photography, Colour on Canvas

Size: 100 W x 150 H cm / 39 W x 59 H in

Ships in a tube 

About The Artwork

From The "Chameleon and the Mongrel Dog" project

"O Camaleão e o Cão Rafeiro" (The chameleon and the mongrel dog) explores themes of identity, whether through the processes of migration (drawing on the artist's own experience as an immigrant for many years) or by analysing and considering historical, political, social, religious or economic factors.

Originally created: 2021
Subject: World Culture
Material: Canvas
Medium: Acrylic and Photo
Styles: Photorealism

Details & Dimensions

Photography: Acrylic and Photo on canvas
Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork
Size: 100 W x 150 H cm
Frame: Not Framed
Ready to Hang: Not applicable
Packaging: Ships in a tube

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Ships From: Italy

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"The intention is to understand how the experiences resulting from these human displacements and the influence of a series of other very varied factors drastically change the perception we create of ourselves and also how we are perceived and catalogued by the different societies in which we find ourselves. Analysing this process, the way in which this geographical and physical change of the individual and the absorption of new elements as part of their social self provoke a continuous relationship of destruction and construction of new identities."




N'dongo Mukongo ia Suekí (Angola, b. 1981), which in Kimbundu - Angola's national dialect - means a crocodile in search of brighter days, is the artistic name of Ronaldo Ferreira, a self-taught multidisciplinary artist.
His migratory experience, having travelled through Luanda, Lobito, Cape Town, Lisbon and Catania, has influenced his worldview, his political vision and his artistic practice.

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