Afrofuturism Music Drawings
Afrofuturism seeks to liberate the experience of black identity in the arts and culture, through creating positive representations which imagine possible futures that are free from marginalisation, suppression and colonisation.
These drawings transform sound into a visual Afrofuturistic language.
Grizelda Kitching, The University of the Arts London
Indera aims to re-imagine and transform objects that we have become accustomed to, changing and challenging perceptions and encouraging the viewer to look a little closer.
Tina Wetshi, Colèchi Magazine
Her experience at art school made her confront her mixed race identity, and turn to fashion as a medium as it is ‘an extension of our self-identities.’