FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time

FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time

Running from March to April 2018 

The exhibition “FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time” explores visions of future emerging from Africa and its diasporas. Which concepts of future are developed in moments of uncertainty and crisis? How do social mobility, alternative lifestyles or a sense of identity

The E-quality of Women

 Curatorial Brief/ Women Artists:

This year's International Women's Day theme was #PressforProgress. This movement was motivated by global activism pushing to press forward and progress gender parity. Men have also been using the hashtag to show support to women and to reveal their own incidents of abuse too. It is a strong call to motivate and unite friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive. Another movement supporting gender parity is #MeToo Campaign.

Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Running from  February to April 2018

Curated by Raphael Chikukwa

Zimbabwe is highly famed for its gallant legacy of resilience stemming from the contentious and turbulent history largely framed in terms of strained race



A film. A short story. A novel. If we think about Kudzanai Chiurai’s first solo exhibition in Zimbabwe as a crate of vinyl records, these are the tracks spinning round and round, collectively telling a story that traces the trajectory of Zimbabwe’s social and political changes.

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