Naki Narh (b.1993) is an artist of Ghanaian descent from two homes- Accra and London. Her work currently draws inspiration from a plethora of tropes and concerns which are quintessentially Ghanaian and African countries alike. Specifically, these revolve around explorations of self and identity social and personal conscience as well as social issues affecting her and many other developing countries in over sixty years of what should have been the post-independence honeymoon after British colonialists departed from Ghana’s shores. The abstract works depict the expressions of self and thoughts of responsibility to the country, Ghana. Explored through a symbolic, language, the works present metaphors of chaos and anxiety in images that are essentially transpositions of an individual’s sense of responsibility and culpability in a country that struggles to find stability. These ideas are expressed through the mediums of ink and acrylic on paper, digital painting and canvas - with explosions of colour and patterns as distinctive features that mark a rapidly evolving signature style.