London: Tate Gallery, 2013
22 x 5 x 3cm (apron). Hand made bottle opener – two embedded screws on a hand painted wedge of wood (yellow, blue and red stripes) such that one can use the screw heads to force open a bottle cap. A unique work created by Gaza for the Museum of Contemporary African Art which placed on display items made in Africa as cheap but functional objects.
Exhibition handout from the show. Torn at top due to the method of storage where each had to be torn from a glued pad.