Women's Testament is a project made during a workshop in Ghana. Rib bones from goats were collected at the local butchers and attached vertically on both ends to cover a cylindrical welded form. Each rib has a text written on it, telling woman's stories concerning love and war, happiness and sorrow. In the centre of the sculpture a black egg, the symbol of fragility, fertility and perpetual continuity, is embraced by the rib structure representing the screen of protection-perpetuating women's feelings.

Material: Goat rib bones, iron, wire, egg and black ink
Size: H. 1.65 m. x W. 60 cm.