Inspired by Bekzinski's tenebrism, the work is painted in a surrealist style, starting from a triangular composition in the upper part of the painting, and from a circular composition in the lower part of the painting. The foreground is made in monochrome tones of gray and black, and the background is bathed in fourcha. The moral that emerges from the canvas is that every African has important cultural roots to consider because culture is obviously the bulwark between colonization and decolonization.
Culture is certainly what we make of our environment,
However, it is also the legacy of the ancients.
Culture is like a tree whose roots cling to African values,
Its fruits are a people filled with immeasurable knowledge.
O contemporary man give me your roots and I will give your identity.