(01.) Lina Iris Viktor: On her art-making process with gold, her views on post-colonial race relations, and reaching audiences with digital media.
(02.) Ibrahim Mahama: On his installation at the Venice Biennale, exhibition at White Cube, and the role of technology in his future projects.
(03.) Hans Ulrich Obrist: Discussing his beginnings as a curator, DO IT exhibition series over 20 years, and the artists who inspire him.
(04.) Elisabeth Sutherland: Chatting about her recent residency at 89 plus, her work in Accra with ATW, and our childhood love for Enid Blyton.
(05.) Zak Ove: On his interest in Caribbean carnival practices, his 'Invisible Men' series, and impacting audiences.
(06.) Sokari Douglas Camp: Talking about her early inspirations, why she loves performance, and how we define African art.
(07.) Atta Kwami: On his creative process, young Ghanaian contemporary artists, his book 'Kumasi Realism', and his exhibition in New York.
(08.) Joël Andrianomearisoa: On his recent ‘Last Year in Antananarivo’, his views on Malagasy history and culture.
(09.) Adebayo Bolaji: On his early years as an actor, journey discovering art, and why art empowers him.
(10.) Victor Ehikhamenor: On telling the stories of his Nigerian heritage, and his exhibition at the Venice Biennale.