Nigerian-American photographer Nkiruka Oparah (b. 1985) researches what cultural identity looks like in a digital age. Oparah combines photos that she finds online, with self-portraits, drawings, still images from video, and digital collage. The result is a colourful series in which societal, cultural, and personal images are mixed up in sometimes disorientingly abstract images. In Oparah’s collages, plants, portraits and rocks become a fluid mix. While it’s possible to recognise elements from different images and drawings within one photo, it’s impossible to see where the one image ends and the next begins – not unlike the way in which different cultures influence one’s cultural identity.