[M]asked in gold face paint or crowned by cropped canary-yellow hair, Jojo Abot doesn’t limit the ways in which she expresses her self, nor does she limit the platforms for this expression. Dividing her time between Accra, Copenhagen and New York City as ‘home’, her creative output is also multifaceted. As a musician her sound has been described as a cultural fusion of ‘afrobeats’ and jazz, but her music is a visual experience too. Jojo’s imagery is served alongside through photographic collaborations often featuring herself in conceptual and ever-evolving looks, or in her music videos which she directs herself. For Jojo, writing songs and visualising imagery come from the same source. The title of her debut album, FYFYA WOTO, is derived from her grandmother’s middle name and has since become a kind of manifesto (and a hashtag) for what she creates. She answers my questions from the New Museum’s incubator program, NEW INC., where FYFYA WOTO has evolved into a multimedia experience and visual narrative series currently in development for 2016/2017.