My work elaborates on the role of the found object in contemporary art and in a global context. The artworks are realized utilizing the common Ghanaian cultural practice of repurposing broken materials into new products. Memories are transformed into a continuous experience with everyday objects and materials, whereby I navigates issues of commodity and utility by weaving and joining materials and objects. My work references the geographical, cultural, psychological, and material space of both Ghana and US with the use of found objects collected from thrift stores and friends. The collection of the things I repurpose demonstrates a unique logic born out of my understanding of value, space, and materiality.