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Artist Wanja Kimani’s interrogations of private and public power

Kenyan-born artist Wanja Kimani has a visual practice that strings together stories and visual histories which comment on the idea of home, displacement, trauma, memories and imaginations. While imposing elements of her own life in public spaces, she occupies the positions of both narrator and character. This is evident in the various media she uses to…

Fatima Tayob Moosa – Metaphysical Encounters and Cathartic Moments

Ephemeral. A momentary meeting of colour-spectrum bleed. Fluidity of form. Trickling tenderly. The suspended timelessness of abstraction. Fatima Tayob Moosa explores the intersection of analysis and unhindered expression. Throughout her life, Fatima has always been lured by the paint and brush. However, she initially in her career she studied design. In 2015 she decided to…

CUSS Group and 1.1 to present new surreal performance ‘Why Die to go to Heaven’ at Alt_Cph 18

Alt_Cph is an independent exhibition bringing together selected contemporary artist-run and alternative exhibition spaces across Europe. This year there is a dedication to presenting new performance art. Beginning today and taking place at FABRIKKEN for Kunst og Design in Copenhagen, Alt_Cph 18 will continue until Sunday. The idea for the exhibition is that it will be…