This work of art speaks on involuntary prostitution and the control certain pimps have on sex workers. It captures a man casually inviting the woman for a program outside her work, and the reaction from her pimp who overlooks the operates of all his ladies from afar.
This work of art speaks on the lie of a better future. It’s captures a scene whereby a lady who wishes to travel abroad, is told to swear an oath saying that should she run, death will come upon her. Most of these ladies from here end up in forced prostitution rings in other countries.
This is a work of art that speaks on forced servitude. It gives an inside peek to what happens behind closed doors in the lives of many forced servants. It’s inspired by accounts of immigrants who have their documents seized after applying for work in the homes of foreigners.
This work of art is based on accounts of children being abducted or sold by parents into forced work on the Volta lake as fishermen. It captures a scene whereby a young boy—who a novice at swimming—is thrown into the lake to untangle nets caught up in stumps.
This is work of art that speaks on child sex trafficking. It gives an inside peek of what happens behind closed doors in the lives of many child sex workers. It’s inspired by accounts of visitors who travel to sex towns in search of minors.
This work of art is inspired by accounts of certain kids, that were maimed and coerced to beg on the streets. It captures a scene whereby an older man, annoyed by the sales, decides to harm the boy in order for him to attract pity.
This work of art speaks on child marriage. It is a based on an account of a child marriage survivor, whose mother-in-law sided with her son to defile the bride at such a young age. The bride was given out for marriage because her father could no longer afford to cater for her.
This work of art is inspired by accounts of boys who were kidnapped and forced into guerrilla rebel groups. These children are made to undergo training and engage in war. The art work captures a scene where the boys plot escape at the border of their camp.
This work of art is inspired by accounts of children, who were given off by their parents to work in quarries in order to help settle family debts.