Intsusa Yobomi

November 03, 2023 - January 15, 2024

The exhibition ‘Instusa Yobomi’ takes its name from the IsiXhosa language, where it means ‘the beginning of life.’ This exhibition is like a time-travel experience through the world of art. It’s a way for artists to tell us about their personal journey, how being an artist has affected them as a person, and how art has changed them physically, mentally, and emotionally. In simpler terms, it’s about how creating art has shaped who they are and how they view the world.

Imagine walking through this exhibition as if it were a journey into the artist’s life. You’ll get to see how their art has had a profound impact on them, almost like a transformation. Think of it as if art has been a powerful force in their life, shaping not only their skills but also how they think and feel.

Now, let’s talk about the art itself. Artists use paint and brushes to create their masterpieces. But it’s not just about pretty pictures; it’s how they use these tools to tell stories and convey messages. It’s like they’re speaking to us through their art, and we can understand what they’re saying even if we don’t speak the same language.

So, when you visit ‘Instuka Yobomi,’ you’re stepping into a world where art is a bridge between the artist and the audience. It’s a chance for you to connect with the artist’s experiences and emotions, even if they’re different from your own. This exhibition invites you to explore how art can change lives and how it can help us see the world in a whole new way. It’s a journey of self-discovery through the eyes of the artist.

Date: 03 November 2023 - 15 January 2023

Time: 11AM



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