Were you at the opening of V for Vanity Floral Show at award-winning design hub, Mhoseenu Design Studio last week in Accra?? If you weren’t then you missed a whole lot. However, you have until the 5th of January, 2019 to pass through and see what we are talking about for yourself.
The V for Vanity show aims to explore daily socio-economic issues that affect everyday Africans through the concept of “VANITY”.
The installations from the December/January edition touches on the adverse effects of white colonialism and media on the African/Ghanaian mind. A statement from it’s Instagram account reads:
“This installation is a representation of the content deficit we currently have in Ghana. The Brain Washing Do Not Disturb room signifies how western media has influenced our thought process and content production. It’s a call for us Ghanaians to make more effort to create original, engaging content “
It also goes ahead to explain the idea behind it’s flower baskets and the other installations in the other 10 showroom and outdoor bar (
Did someone say booze?? Yes..let’s drink to that)
It’s clear that it’s been a huge success from the social media interactions it’s attracted since the show was opened to the public. We have a few favorite images from the event and we’d love you to check them out.
Take a look