I thought of this Moleskine as a notebook where to collect the ideas that cross my mind when I walk through my hometown. I am used to writing down and drawing the perceptions of my daily life. It is my way of recording ideas that may turn out to be useful at a later stage for writing poetry and painting. My notebooks are like some sorts of waiting rooms for my ideas. There comes a time when I go back to them to seek inspiration for my projects.
(Douala, Cameroon 1971) Lives and works in Douala, Cameroon
A visual artist and poet, he makes impressions and worlds visible through drawings, paintings, photographs and performances. A member of the KAPSIKI collective, he is actively engaged in different cultural activities in his hometown.