Techno Heads (2018-ongoing) examines globalization as it affects technology, continued human interactions as well as movement - Navigation of spaces. The project focuses on how individuals within contemporary African society navigate through day-to-day patterns of life, infiltrated with technology, even in its simplest form. It shows how the contemporary society strongly revolves around and depends on technology for communication, motion, and navigation, all of which are central aspects of human existence. This project portrays figments of this phenomenon as part of a being, swapping naturally occurring forms of the subjects with an infusion of mechanized forms projecting the idea of a techno-utopia. It also dabbles into the concept of Metaphysics in the African context, exploring how identity, space and time have become intricately linked with even the simplest products of technology. It seeks to merge African metaphysics and (simple) technology to explain alternate reality and how they portray techniques and concepts of freedom for Africans in contemporary society.