Shows

“Inside the moskito net” has been participating on various arts festivals; collaborating and also exploring arts in Ghana, Holland and Spain. It is our aim to promote share our concepts and to connect with other artists from all over the world.

We want to ‘connect nets’ between artists from this Project and artists from all over the world. We commit to show the works of these artists in Ghana and elsewhere as we raise concerns about environmental problems not only in Accra Ghana, but in all problem cities we work in, exploring into ways  to work to counter  such problems like  obsolete  electronic waste material which ends up on the shores of Africa.

November 2012-January 2013. Photo Exhibition at Auditorio Joven El Rosario, Tenerife, Spain. 

auditorio_rosario

October 2012 Photo Exhibition and Performance at Café Época, Tenerife, Spain.

August 2012. Performance at Floriade Festival, Venlo, Holland.

inside the moskito net performance at Floriade Festival, Holland 2012

July 2012. Performance at Nima Munhimanchi Exhibition.” What do you want to put inside the MoskitoNet? ” InsidetheMoskitoNet joined to the NMA 2012 ( Exhibition & Concert by Nima Muhinmanchi Art workshops, conceived to empower youth in Nima, Accra to engage in the arts creatively, educationally, and vocationally). Nima, Accra, Ghana

June 2012. Performance a solo piece at Festival Mundial, Holland

May 2012 ” What do you hide inside the Fisherman’s Net? “Performance for the Exhibition ” Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born” By Studio Kurtycz and wonderful local and international artists on 31th May 2012. Goethe Institute, Accra, Ghana

May 2012 International Day of Africa, Performance and Photo Exhibition at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain.

April 2012 Performance and show at CHALE WOTE FESTIVAL in James Town, Accra, Ghana.

January 2012 Experimental performance and Exhibition at the Brazil House, James Town, Accra, Ghana

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