This Kenyan transplant to Brooklyn via Yale is known for tackling subjects such as feminism, globalism and multiculturalism with a flamboyant aesthetic mix of African folklore, Western Art History, pop culture and pornography. Here, she presents a large environmental installation: A sort of indoor landscape described as a “terrestrial cosmology” populated by works that include a pair of large figurative bronzes that reflect on the meaning of diversity in both the biological and cultural sense.
Feb 7 — Mar 25, 2017
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Photograph: Courtesy the artist and Gladstone Gallery; New York/Brussels