“Nobody knows your story better than you do, and only you can tell your story the way it deserves to be told.”
Meet multidisciplinary artist and Afrofuturist @davidalabo
Born in Italy, David traveled and lived around the world, including in Morocco and Ghana, where his mother and father are from. “I see colors as a visual language. So when I look back on my memories, I vividly remember the colors and the moods were brought by being in all these different places.”
David’s experiences offered him a unique, broad and, in his words, “surreal experience” of what being Black feels like in today’s world.
“As Black people, I believe we have to be more in charge of our own narrative. I don’t subscribe to the idea of Black art being singular. The unique experiences and memories I’ve had have only helped to shape my sense of identity and my sense of self. There is no limit to our imaginations and speculations on the future and the past.”