September 10, 2021
For Ghanaian Textile Designer Chrissa Amuah, Storytelling is Everything
And after the year we’ve all had, says Amuah, it’s simply high time that people learned to embrace each other’s heritage. In that vein, this year she also codesigned the Ghanaian pavilion for the London Design Biennale at Somerset House with architect Alice Asafu-Adjaye. “We speak about amplifying unheard voices and enhancing awareness of our shared humanity,” Amuah says. Her designs also lend themselves to such conversations.
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