Nigeria's Sokari Douglas Camp on sculpting and evil spirits
London's Tiwani Contemporary gallery is showing an exhibition of new sculptures by Nigerian-born artist Sokari Douglas Camp.
Critically acclaimed for her towering steel sculptures, Douglas Camp's work is largely inspired by her life in the UK and her Nigerian heritage.
The show, It's Personal, includes some sculptures which - according to the artist - were inspired by her erratic mood as a result of menopause.
The BBC Africa's Sharon Hemans spoke to her at the central London gallery.
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24 Apr 2012