Aluminum printing plate and copper wires (variable lengths)

“Ebya kayisaali” which is translated from Luganda as what belongs to Caesar. This piece of work was inspired by the unfair introduction of social media tax in Uganda
and the burning 
of some music which are said to be political from playing on radios and television. All this is represented in this piece in four pieces: a radio, a ripped
cassette tape to signify the burned 
music, money, and a newspaper (made out of stitched aluminum printing plate with copper wires). This piece of composition is
a representation of societal objects and unfair taxation levied on 
Ugandans in the move to infringe on the freedom of expression
and speech on social media 
and media in general.