Martha Kazungu

curator
     
Location: Hamburg
Nationality: Ugandan
Biography: Martha Kazungu is a writer and curator from Uganda. Based in Germany, Martha has served as curator for numerous exhibitions, mostly recently My Mother is Forgetting my Face in  Norway. She was co-curator with Katrin Peters-Klaphake of Life... MORE
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on Contemporary And (C&): Georgina Maxim: When Patience Becomes Artistic Currency
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May 2, 2019
Georgina Maxim’s personality and work can be a beautiful mesh, and her energy is always captured in her tapestries. She transforms used and found garments belonging to close relatives and friends into gigantic stories of stitches, memory, and healing. Like a painter using brushstrokes, Maxim avoids using a machine to sew and represent her impulses: She perceives stitches and hand movements as her unique mode of expression. Read more on C& Magazine

Georgina Maxim: When Patience Becomes Artistic Currency
Georgina Maxim’s personality and work can be a beautiful mesh, and her energy is always captured in her tapestries. She transforms used and found garments belonging to close relatives and friends into gigantic stories of stitches, memory, and...
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