Bernard Akoi-Jackson (PhD)

Artist | Curator | Writer

Bernard Akoi-Jackson is a Ghanaian artist who lives and works from Tema/Accra/Kumasi. His multi-disciplinary, audience implicating installations and performative “pseudo-rituals”, have featured in exhibitions like An Age of Our Own Making (Reflection II), in Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde, Denmark, (June 2016); Silence Between The Lines in Kumasi (2015), Material Effects, Eli and Edythe Broad Museum.

Adwoa Amoah


Adwoa Amoah is an artist and co-director of the Foundation for Contemporary Art – Ghana (FCA), an active network of artists which functions as a laboratory for the presentation, development and promotion of contemporary art in Ghana, aimed at investigating new positions of creative curatorial and art practice in relation to contemporary art on the continent.

Ato Annan


Ato Annan is an artist based in Accra, Ghana. With an interest in painting, installation, sound and video, he combines his artistic practice with curating projects with the Foundation for Contemporary Art – Ghana [FCA-Ghana] and working with Mmofra Foundation on their play spaces interventions for children in communities in Accra.

Kelvin Haizel


Kelvin Haizel investigates the contemporary condition of the image by complicating its received notions via photography, video, braille, installations, and objects.


Nontobeko Ntombela


Nontobeko Ntombela is a South African curator based in Johannesburg, where she works as a lecturer at the Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand. Previously, Ntombela worked at the Johannesburg Art Gallery (2010–12), the Durban Institute of Technology Art Gallery (2006–10), KwaZulu Natal Heritage Council (2005-6), the Bat Centre (2002-5) and Arts for Humanity (2000-1).

Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh

Curator | Writer

Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh is a curator and writer based in Kumasi, Ghana. He has co-curated ‘Silence Between the Lines: Anagrams of Emancipated Futures’ (2015), and ‘Orderly Disorderly’ (2017) — both organized by blaxTARLINES KUMASI.