Tanoa Sasraku

Tanoa Sasraku is a London-based artist who grew up in Plymouth. Her practice shifts between sculpture, drawing and filmmaking, juxtaposing and performing British, Black, Ghanaian and queer cultural histories in her navigation of self. Her stitched and torn newsprint works are inspired by the material structure of the Fante Asafo flags of coastal Ghana, and the geometric forms found in Tartan cloth, towers, and pinnacles of rock. Her own banners map personal stories of a life lived in modern Britain, as newsprint, pigment and basic craft processes bind together to create cryptic, ceremonial objects.

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