(Karimah Ashadu, 2012, 5 min)
The Camera Wheel Mechanism' engages the viewer in the tension created from its performance - as it is pushed, the camera records in a state of flux while encased within the mechanism.
As if in turmoil, the moving image of the Lagos Island coastline offers a poignant narrative for its occupants.
Migrants perch near the water in trepidation. They build fleeting homes which the Lagos government will soon destroy, in a bid to clean up the City. The atmosphere is tense and fraught. And although the 'Camera Wheel Mechanism' brings an element of play, its ephemeral nature is highly evocative.