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Bruce Onobrapkeya’s works explore diverse themes that includes myths, folklores, post-colonial identity, shrine figures, abstract forms and animals. His innovation of the renowned print-making technique plastograph, a system of ornamentation on zinc-like surfaces or an intaglio, famously described by the artist as ‘’Hydrochloric Acid Accident’’, was succeeded by previous techniques such as bronzed lino relief, a form of relief sculpture that combines basically the object of lino blocks and substance of bronze colour patina.

Details

  • Title: Nigerian Indegenization
  • Creator: Bruce Onobrakpeya
  • Date Created: 1983/1983
  • Physical Location: Thought Pyramid Art Centre, Abuja
  • Physical Dimensions: 27in X 79in
  • Medium: copper foil

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