|Artist||Henneh Kyereh Kwaku |
British naval surgeon John O’Neill who was attached to the HMS Decoy at the Cape Coast Castle in the Gold Coast (Ghana) began studying a local condition called ‘craw-craw’ in 1874. The condition that he studied became known as Onchocerciasis (also known as River blindness). The poet describes the condition of River blindness in this piece.
|Dimension||59.4 x 42 cm|
|Medium||Text on paper, installation|