A collection of work by Ugandan artist Henry ‘Mzili’ Mujunga. A graduate of Margaret Trowell College of Industrial Effective Artwork (MTSIFA) at Makerere College and represented by Afriart Gallery, Mzili is an indigenous expressionist. His work is knowledgeable by instinct and childhood reminiscence, and sometimes makes reference to his fast setting (pure and man-made).
“Mzili’s gathering of objects, areas, and the present associations with these objects mimics the processes of identity-making that he observes in his native Uganda. People usually depend on their outward look, their possessions, even their environments (and their interactions inside them) to speak their very own imaginative and prescient of themselves. On the similar time, these very issues are seemed upon by others to establish these round them. In the end, by means of these information-packed autobiographical compositions, Mzili is fascinated about ‘awing’ and ‘pleasuring’ by means of colour and topic.”
See extra pictures under. All pictures courtesy of Afriart Gallery.