“Invisible Borders Trans-African Photographers Organisation” is an artist-led initiative founded in 2009 by Emeka Okereke but officially registered in 2011 as a not-for-profit organisation under CAC in Nigeria. The pioneer members and participants at the first road trip of the Organization are: Ray Daniels Okeugo, Emeka Okereke, Uche Okpa – Iroha, Amaiza Ojeikere, Uche James Iroha, Nike Adesuyi Ojeikere, Lucy Azubuike, Charles Okereke, Chriss Aghana Nwobu and Unoma Giese. Read on »
Announcing… Invisible Borders premieres on The New African Photography with Al Jazeera English 22 April 2013!
Artscape, The New African Photography series, looks at the fast-changing continent of Africa through the eyes of its most acute observers: its photographers. The six-part series profiles the continent’s latest generation of photographers, who are taking back control of their image with a more nuanced portrayal. Invisible Borders features as the first episode, airing 22-29 April 2013.
Follow this link to watch video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSlf4xd8t1I&feature=youtu.be
iVisible is a platform on the Invisible Borders Trans-African Photography Organization website that aims to tell the friction that exists between what is seen and what should be seen. We are broadly interpreting that friction, as we broadly interpret what we mean by Invisible Borders.