#Harambee63 was a debut solo installation that talked about Panafricanism, using the Mau Mau War was the focal point. It talked about ordinary people becoming revolutionaries. It was first shown at Kuona Trust.
Using graphic stencils and video, Harambee63 introduced 63 faces of the global war against racial oppression that happened most extensively over a period of five years – in the period leading to Kenya’s independence in 1963.
This exhibition was also shown as part of the group shows:
“When Things Fall Apart” Trapholt Museum, Demark (2016)
“ErrorX” Ostrale, Germany (2016)
Photos: Emmanuel Jambo