Martha Kazungu

Writer and Curator from Uganda. Asserting my agency, articulating my position. I think of it as a revolution.
     
Location: Bayreuth, Germany
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... read on
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on ST.ART Magazine: Can Ugandan Artists Portray Ubuntu?
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Jul 22, 2020
“Ubuntu is the missing link in the arts here in Uganda, the reason we are growing too slow! Both visual and performing arts. Some of us can’t even share an art brush.”  – Derrick Komakech, Ugandan artist. Read more on Start Art Journal

Can Ugandan Artists Portray Ubuntu?
By Martha Kazungu “Ubuntu is the missing link in the arts here in Uganda, the reason we are growing too slow! Both visual and performing arts. Some of us can’t even share an art brush.” – De…

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on Art Africa Magazine: The Work & Life of Lilian Mary Nabulime

By Martha Kazungu — Lilian Nabulime is a well-established contemporary female Ugandan artist with a long history and passion for..
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on Contemporary And (C&): Georgina Maxim: When Patience Becomes Artistic Currency

By Martha Kazungu — Georgina Maxim’s personality and work can be a beautiful mesh, and her energy is always captured in..
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on Contemporary And (C&): Female Pioneers Theresa Musoke: A Lifetime Dedicated to Art in East Africa

By Martha Kazungu — Among the Baganda who inhabit the Western shores of Lake Victoria, a popular saying goes:  eliso..
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on C& Online Magazine: Collaborative Criticism

By Martha Kazungu — Martha Kazungu, a former participant of Àsìkò Art School in Addis Ababa, talks to its..
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on ST.ART Magazine: On the Role of Curatorial Assistant, Kampala Art Biennale 2016

By Martha Kazungu — by Martha Kazungu In August 2016, during a meeting where I was invited to be part of the team to share..
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