Revolution finds many definitions but my own sums up to a life time struggle which emanates from strong rooted cultures in pour day to day lifestyles.Being raised by a single parent, things where never a walk in the park,from school fees,food on my plate and constant relocating due to failure of rental payments.Through such pressures of life most youths get drowned and shut down their talents.The most ideal way to get away from such vicious circle,the youths must abstain from such and discover their full potentials.A real revolution happens deep inside of individuals and not in group paradigms.The whole idea of the mystical puzzle is about discovering ourselves in the shadows of trying times we are enduring.
BORN 1992, HARARE, ZIMBABWE
2012 National Gallery of Zimbabwe Visual Art Studio Degree.
2015 Civilised debauchery, KooVha Creative Hub, Harare, Zimbabwe.
MUSEUM SHOWS AND SITE-SPECIFICWORK
2016 Zig Zag Zim, The National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare, curator: Catinca Tabacaru. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS & ART FAIRS
2016 Zig Zag Zim, the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare
2015 Parallels, Hunt Fine Arts, New York, USA
2015 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair (London).
2015 First price (winner) in Graphics for the work “Homeless Migrants” in exhibition called Migration at Gallery Delta in Harare.
2012 Runner-up Outstanding 1ST level student, Green Shoots Students exhibition – National Gallery of Zimbabwe
RESIDENCIES & WORKSHOPS