Posts tagged ‘Wambui Kamiru’
Get to interact with the artist and share your thoughts on our history as Africans as we reflect on the events that took place 50 years before 1963.
Agenda: Looking at various faces of Panafricanism, from Gandhi to Mugabe, Miriam Makeba to Samora Machel.
Open to all.
Exhibition Dates: September 6-20, 2013
Harambee63 is an experimental Installation about African Revolutions and Ordinary People
The project calls into question ideas we hold about our individual roles and capacities in times where bravery and action is required.
The installation looks at the duality, terrorist vs. hero, of people whom we consider revolutionaries touching on Africa’s history (1884 – 1963) from Gandhi and Gaddafi to modern day “heroes” in Kenya – political or non-political.
The exhibition is mildly interactive and incorporates gumboots and video.
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