British-Nigerian artist Sokari Douglas Camp focuses on socio-political issues and the history of the African Diaspora in her work. This monumental sculptural group addresses the legacies of slavery, issues of power and gender, and the climate crisis. Douglas Camp was born at a time when oil was discovered in the Rivers State in Nigeria, to devastating effect for the Niger Delta. In much of her work, she references the environmental and human impact of fossil fuel extraction, an economic colonialism perpetuated by multinational oil companies, but also exacerbated by bad governance from the Nigerian government. Standing on a fertile mound of grass and flowers against a mountainous backdrop, the wreath her Graces hold ends in petroleum nozzles, emphasising our shared responsibility to care for the environment.