With Limit(less), Owunna uses the visual aesthetics of his subjects, who use their visual aesthetics to navigate their cultural, sexual and gender identities, to break down the assumption that LGBTQ Africans are “un-African.”
“Yes, we face terrible homophobia and transphobia both inside and out of African immigrant communities, but our lives are multidimensional and we are still people,” Owunna says to OkayAfrica contributor Jennifer Sefa-Boakye. “We still laugh, experience joy, love and more. We find ways to express ourselves and live out full lives as LGBTQ Africans despite these ostensible “limits” on our existence, and our visual aesthetics can be a key part of that.”
For Owunna, his new edition to the project, 4 Queer African Women, pushes a vital dialogue beyond what society discusses about love.
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