TUKO MOJA: CULTURE AND IDENTITY IN NAIROBI, A POSTMODERN GLOBAL CITY

Through factual and fictional, intimate multimedia portrayals of a cross-section of Nairobi dwellers, this collaborative project aims to engage the visitor into questioning the similarities and differences between people in postmodern, capitalist, urban environments on a global scale.

Challenge your stereotypes and preconceived ideas of the “other” by letting Nairobians introduce themselves and life in their city through audio interviews, large format portraits, fictional texts and video.

Entering emotional, intimate landscapes mixing the personal with stereotypes, real life experiences told by those who lived them with fictional texts inspired by the city and the characters portrayed, you will experience a slice of life in this modern African City.
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