Miss Adjo Daiki Apodey Kisser

Assistant Lecturer

Dept: Painting and Sculpture
Department of Painting and Sculpture, KNUST

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Research Areas/Interests

Community-based art practices, Contemporary Art, African and Ghanaian Art, Feminism...~more

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Adjo Daiki Apodey Kisser is an artist whose projects took on a collaborative turn through The Billboard Series, giving formal manifestation to her interests in community-based artistic projects. She has since focused on interrogating what the changing notions of ‘community’ today can mean for the production and experience of art. Her works have featured in a number of curated exhibitions in Ghana and Europe, the most recent being “UmStand der Dinge: A State of Affairs” in HFBK, Hamburg. She is an active member of the blaxTARLINES KUMASI community—an experimental incubator and project space for contemporary art in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, KNUST.

Kisser recently co-authored peer-reviewed articles ‘Transforming Art from Commodity to Gift: kari’kacha seid’ou’s Silent Revolution in the Kumasi College of Art’ (2021) and ‘Exposing Something to Someone While Exposing Someone to Something: blaxTARLINES Exhibition Cultures There-Then-And-Hereafter’ (2021) which featured in the 2021 Summer Issue (Volume 54, Issue 2) of African Arts, a world-renowned quarterly journal. She earned a BFA First Class Honours Degree in Painting, graduating with the highest GPA of the College of Art and Built Environment (CABE) and hence becoming the College Valedictorian for her year (2015). She has also taken part in art residencies and exchanges with reputable institutions in Europe such as Staedelschule (Frankfurt) and HFBK Hamburg.

Adjo Daiki Apodey Kisser is based in Kumasi, Ghana.

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