Each artist in this exhibition tells us a story that is international but carries a sense of the local. JoŽl Andrianomearisoa from Madagascar creates funky fashion out of found materials. Moshekwa Langa is a painter, video and performance artist from the Republic of South Africa. The rhythms of this artist's work are invariably erotic, suggesting the regularity of breathing and body movements. Zwelethu Mthethwa, also from RSA, documents life in South African households with photography. Aimť Ntakiyica from Burundi makes elegant installations using waste materials. His works alter spaces or create new ways of seeing old spaces.
This exhibition has been developed in collaboration with Pascale Marthine-Tayou, an artist-curator from Cameroon.