African Print & Oil paint on canvas.
The series of artworks of which “The last generation’’ is named. Telling behind breaths of a Mauronte tradition, In Kô, the word Haâbra means writing but also designs the practice of scarification in West Africa. It involves making sperticeal incisions on the skin using stones, glass or a knife. From Papua New Guinea to Ethiopia, scars are all ways to express the beauty of identity whether it is community membership, coming of age…
The Artist Joël Mamboka Nkumu, with the idea of making those paintings more authentic, he uses the technique of bonding with African fabric on the paintings.