Dimensions: 27 x 21 cm
Printed in an edition of 500 copies.
The catalogue is accompanied by a text by Gavin Delahunty, Texas-based curator and critic.
One of the strongest feminist voices to emerge from Eastern Africa in the past 30 years, Everlyn Nicodemus is an artist, writer and curator. As an artist, she produces powerful works centred on personal and cultural trauma as well as the role art can play in healing, while her research and curatorial interests focus on the history of Modern African Art. Born in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania in 1954, Nicodemus' life has been marked by movement: herself part of a moving diaspora which she documents in her writing and art making. Moving across Europe - to Sweden, France and Belgium before finally settling in the U.K.
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