Using the studio at the Bahamian Project’s new Creative Center – Bahamas, Gilbert captured Angelika with her latest public project stenciled on the background wall.
HOPE IS A WEAPON began as a street art/graffiti tagging public project in the 9th National Exhibition at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas in 2018. Angelika says she wanted to create a project that would reach so many Bahamians, it would cause a ripple effect. And it has.
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