Soji Adesina

Hybrid Theory

Hybrid Theory is a body of work that addresses the inability of Africans to apply themselves to the mechanisms that enables modernization through the application of the laws of economics, science and technology. This inability has been the core of numerous discussions and narratives that suggests the African as a primitive being incapable at self-evaluation in regards to his culture, language and his environment. Why can’t the average African apply him/herself to the forms that have made other races that, at a  point in time, where languishing with Africa in the gloomy corner of the world, advance to the stage they are now? We have in this body of work raised several rhetorical questions around narratives on identity and representation...