In a wavy motion, the skyline passes through the portrayed head wrapped in an IsiXhosa traditional head wrap, from one end to the next end of the pictorial surface.
The artwork is a depiction of the connection and how the inhabitant can dominate the head space of an individual through the cultures, traditions, history, norms, politics and other factors that our mind sets to a mental state that is in habitually possessive.
This idea is also inflamed by how people refer to each according to their homelands, for instance , people from India are referred to as Indians, China as Chinese and South Africa as South Africans, which also shows the emphasis of how grouping people in terms of their nationalities condones such attachments to the inhabitants.
Abiding connection in this context is a reflection of how people`s attachment to their inhabitant may lead people to thinking that what they know is also that is. The brutality of colonization and the xenophobic attacks is an extensive result of such attachments through the land claims that people found already in existence. Discomfort, wars, natural disasters leading to people living their birth places to be discriminated and abused in the countries they fled to by people that were born to die and be buried in the lands they claim to be theirs.