Adjoa Armah (@samanarchive) is an independent curator, design anthropologist and writer.

David Alabo (@davidalabo) is a Ghanaian artist whose work is best described as “afro-surrealism”.

Deryk Owusu Bempah (@deryk_bempah) is an award-winning Ghanaian photographer.

Patrick Tagoe-Turkson (@tagoeturkson) is a mixed media artist, graduate of the KNUST department of painting + sculpture, + a lecturer at the Takoradi Polytechnic department of art.

Enam Geli (@enamgeli) is an art director and multi-disciplinary artist based between Lomé, Togo and Accra, Ghana.

Hakeem Adam (@mansah_hakeem) is a Ghanaian multidisciplinary artist-in-learning exploring the power of narrative.

Nana Osei Kwadwo (@ashantiimmigrant) is a curator and contemporary artist based in Accra, Ghana.

Diego Asamoa (@diegoasamoa) is an Accra-based artist who works predominantly in the medium of photography. His work is greatly influenced by music, Japanese aesthetics, and “a silence of sorts” by his own admission.

⁣Serge Attukwei Clottey (@afrogallonism) is a contemporary artist based in Accra, Ghana. He works in several different mediums, but one of his favourite artistic materials is the “Kufuor gallon”.

Anthony Comber-Badu (@az.cb) is a writer, photographer and filmmaker working in Accra & London.

Ofoe Amegavie (@ofoeamegavie) is a Ghanaian photographer known for capturing the intimacy in his culture and heritage.

Laila Hida's (@lailahida) conceptual work explores the boundaries of photographic practice, non-negotiated spaces of social practices, as well as the idea of transformation as a fixed constant of time.

Abdul-Rauf Issahaque (@abdulraufissahaque) is an Accra based Ghanaian Architect and researcher dedicated to sustainable design and spatial efficiency.

Jonas Ras Padzior is a Copenhagen-based design engineer.

Dominique Petit-Frère (@dpetitfrere) is a budding urbanist living in liminal spaces.

Emil Grip is a Copenhagen-based educator and nature rights activist.

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