Vincentian performance artist Eniye Kagbala journey into self-discovery is one of the best things to watch this week according to I-D Magazine.
Kagbala just recently finished her debut video and sound piece “Pathways” which premiered on I-D Magazine (part of VICE media).
Pathways come in the form of a short film collaboration from Eniye Kagbala and Samuel Douek.
Samuel Douek is a filmmaker working across the fields of Architecture, Direction, Production and Design.
Douek has Followed Eniye from the safety of confined nature — a nod to her home of St. Vincent — towards the intensity of womanhood and self-discovery, it is, as she puts it, “that whole thing of seeking and trying to make sense of why, what and how”.
Working with local charities in Dominica, as well as her own in St Vincent, the hope is to use the piece to raise support for those affected by hurricane Maria last year.
“I’m really fascinated by life cycles and how nothing ever stops till the last breath,” she says.
Watch the VIDEO HERE