Embark on a fascinating journey into the enchanting world of "Suro Nipa" at the National Museum! Join us for an exciting exhibition crafted by the talented Berlin-based artist, Martin Keil, as he unravels the connection between humanity and the environment.
Step into the realm of Akan wisdom with "Suro Nipa na gyae osaman," urging us to fear man rather than ghosts. This exhibition invites you to ponder your role in environmental issues, reminding you of the power each person possesses to shape a sustainable future.
Shift the narrative from saving the environment to preserving humanity itself. Acknowledge our collective responsibility for the consequences of environmental degradation. It's time to celebrate the strength found in human connections and communities, offering a hopeful glimpse into a greener tomorrow.
Meet the Artist: Martin Keil
Lecturer at the Art Department, University of Education in Winneba.
International artist with a background spanning Mexico, Spain, and Germany.
Multidisciplinary creator addressing societal issues through art.
Living and working in Ghana since September 2022.
Explore the intersection of art and social reality through Martin Keil's transparent lens. Let's ignite conversations, inspire change, and create a ripple effect towards a more sustainable future.