Creating Dialogues Through Art
The Iforoworo exhibition was opened at the Killie Campbell Collections Museum on 4 June 2018.
Iforoworo is an exhibition on the exploration of the themes of dialogue and communication through objects and paintings found by artists within the community of KwaZulu-Natal.
The exhibition set out to establish how objects and paintings can be used by an artist in critically dealing with a variety of phenomenon. The exhibition questions the use of propaganda by many Western states in their dealings with African countries from a post-colonial and a decolonial perspective.
Attended by an audience of more than 60 art lovers, lecturers, DUT Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Engagement, Professor Sibusiso Moyo who declared the exhibition open, Master artist Mr Nkosinathi Kanyile, Rev. Dr Delysia Bowler Timm and UKZN students.
Ms Luleka Jakeni, Senior Museologist at UKZN’s Killie Campbell Museum, as well as artist Moses Bariki curated the exhibition.
The exhibition is open to the public until the 4 August 2018. For more information, contact Ms Luleka Jakeni on (031) 260 1712 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Words: Luleka Jakeni
Photograph: Meg’n Photography