(b. 1987, Ghana)
Ibrahim Mahama graduated in Painting and Sculpture from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Began work as an artist in 2012 producing Occupations, a series of itinerant installations made in collaboration with migrant communities using industrial materials, including jute fibre sacks used to carry various commodities. His work has been included in a number of group shows including Pangea I and Pangea II at Saatchi Gallery, London and Silence Between the Lines in Ahenema Kokobeng, Kumasi including The Gown Must Go to Town, Accra and the 56. Venice Biennale, All The Words Futures.