Born March 3rd 1983, I am a full time  visual artist practicing in diverse media. I graduated from Margaret Trowell School of Industrial, Fine Arts and Design (MUK) in 2005. My arts practice ranges from visual arts to performance with experience from gallery curatorial practice, coordinating arts projects, participating in local and international artist workshops, residencies & exhibitions. These influenced my role and growth as an artist.


My artwork is the sacred book of my religion preaching self-belief and optimism through the eyes of oneself. This motivates my progression and transformation ranging from technique, subject and situation.


Wiener Festwochen, Vienna, Austria 08 Jun 2017 – 11 Jun 2017


For the performative group installation Nathi.Aha.Sasa. the artist Zohra Opoku curated emerging and, with one exception, female artistic positions from different countries of the African continent.

With: Lois Selasie Arde-Acquah, Kathleen Bomani, Lebohang Kganye, Sheila Nakitende, mahlOt Sansosa, Steloolive, Nelisiwe Xaba, Helen Zeru.

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