In [these images], I reflect on some of the quintessential elements of my early childhood in the late 90s and 2000s that define that period most for me. Time builds upon itself in loops, so I still interact with the fashions of that time, and plastic flowers and leaves still decorate our home. The landline and communication devices as a whole being a shared resource, however, is one of those things we can only return to through (re)memory; a call from the past so to speak.
Wanini Kimemiah is a visual artist, writer, student and dweller of liminal spaces. When they’re not conjuring their dreams into images and words, they spend their time looking at cat pics online and making cornbread. IG: @headfulofkiinks
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