Sasha Huber, ‘KAFE ’, 2017, Lokal
Sasha Huber, ‘KAFE ’, 2017, Lokal

KAFE (creole), ΚΑΦΕΣ (greek)
Metal staples on fireburned wood, each 73,5 x 24 x 3 cm 2017
In 1821, Greece sent a plea to Haiti for help in their struggles for Independence from the Ottoman Empire rule. Haiti, embattled and still struggling against ransoms since its own Independence, answered the call and sent moral support including 25 tons of coffee.
The sign works were originally made to accompany the project Kafe Kombit by Petri Saarikko and Steve Michel. ‘Kombit’ is a Haitian Kreyol term used to define a community working together towards a common goal. More: www.kombit.ca

About Sasha Huber

b. 1975, Zürich, Switzerland, based in Helsinki, Finland

Group Shows

2017
Paris,
Vente aux enchères "Art haïtien, de 1940 à nos jours"