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Sculptural figures reflected on daily experiences: solo exhibition 24th June, 2011 till 21st August, 2011
The sculptures in the exhibition are mainly figurative wood carvings and fired ceramics clay representing the human form fashioned primarily in a stylized and abstracted approach. The sculptural figures represent daily ...
Art as a social practice: transforming lives using sculpture in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention in Uganda
(SAGE Publications, 2010)
This article explores the possibilities of art as social practice in the context of the fight against HIV/AIDS. It is inspired by notions of art having the capacity to move beyond the spaces of galleries into an expanded ...
The role of sculptural forms as a communication tool in lives and experiences of women with HIV/AIDS in Uganda
(Newcastle University, 2007-07)
This study explores the use of sculpture, developed through research into the lives and experiences of Ugandan women living with HIV/AIDS, as a tool for raising awareness about the illness. It demonstrates how the research ...