"She That Spreads The Winds", a duo exhibition by two contemporary artists. Dr Gindi's sculptures translate the heaviness of emotions and the lightness of feelings into bronze, while Sheila Nakitende's hanging tapestries in bark cloth offer a meditation through the transformation of fibres.
The exhibition She That Spreads the Winds is
named after one of Dr Gindi’s sculptures, a small
bronze depicting a twisting figure seemingly
caught in a vortex of swirling winds – unless she
is controlling them. In Dr Gindi’s work, the
invisible forces of human feeling and meditation
are forged through fire into abstracted human
Surrounding the bronze silhouettes, Sheila
Nakitende’s works tremble in whispering,
featherlight tapestries. The meditative process of
harvesting the bark and reshaping it into fleece,
weaving emotion and air into her pieces as she
goes, echoes Dr Gindi’s breaking down of the
human psyche, casting it through wax and
rebuilding it as filigree, but sturdy bronze.
The iterative process of examining and disman-
tling emotion and materials in order to capture
their form, is what brings these two artists
together in an incarnation of human resilience,
From 12 April to 20 May: "She That Spreads The Winds"
Rue des Vollandes 21
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