Nuku Studio is a collective of 5 visual storytellers dedicated reporting on issues around Africa and beyond.
Francis Nii Obodai Provencal was born–and is currently based–in Accra, Ghana. He has also lived in England, and Nigeria. Provencal’s work explores our expansive relationship with aspects of urban and rural culture, and the environment. His camera is not a detached eye, but a tool for conscious expression of self-discovery: both on his part and for others involved in front of his lens or, part of the audience seeing his work. Nii Obodai has exhibited widely.
Initially trained as a photographer and researcher (BFA, MFA, MA) at several universities in the Netherlands, I am currently finalising a practice based doctoral thesis and run a hybrid artistic practice in which I continuously switch roles; from photographer to researcher, from curator to teacher.
Most of the photographs I make and do things with come from – and show fragments of pasts on – the African continent in general and east African country Uganda in particular. As part of my practice I digitise, share and activate photo collections that were previously not accessible on different platforms. They find their way onto the archival platform www.HIPUganda.org, in exhibitions and in publications.
The exhibitions and publications are both presentations of research results and experiments leading to next stages of the things I do. They try to contribute to a growing understanding of histories told in various contexts and to diverse audiences.
Eric Gyamfi (b. 1990, Ghana) is an artist living and working in Accra, Ghana. Eric has a B.A in Information Studies and Economics from the University of Ghana.
A grantee of the 2016 Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund award, Gyamfi is currently a second-year fellow at the Photographer’s Master Class (Khartoum, Sudan 2016 and Nairobi, Kenya 2017). He was recently an invited participant in the Nuku Studio Photography Workshops (2016) and World Press Photo West African Master Class (2017), both in Accra.
Gyamfi’s work spans across photography, sound and recently print making.
Francis Kokoroko is currently exploring the field of photography as a creative and photojournalist.
With keen interest in documenting the ever evolving cultures and everyday life on the Africa continent.
Presently living in Accra, Ghana, Francis Kokoroko's works span across West Africa.
Dennis Akuoku-Frimpong is a documentary photographer who lives in Accra, Ghana. He uses photography as medium of visual documentation for tomorrow’s historian.
He has in-depth interest in the diversity of culture, rituals and religious practices across Africa. Currently working on his project – I Am Hindu