Mythopoeia at Tiwani Contemporary

Spring seems to be with us as the weather seems to be improving. I hope this is long term and I wish you and yours a happy and rewarding Spring season!

This week I had the pleasure of attending Tiwani Contemporary’s latest exhibition entitled Mythopoeia, a group exhibition gathering four international artists: Mequitta Ahuja (USA), Kapwani Kiwanga (Canada), Alida Rodrigues (Angola/UK) and Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum (Botswana/South Africa). The exhibition title, drawn from the Greek ‘muthopoios’ and meaning ‘composer of fiction’, points to the age-old role of storytelling and mythologising in rationalising the unknown. Working across a variety of media, participating artists share an interest in crafting their own, new mythologies: personal cosmologies and fictional worlds with endless potential for interpreting and reinventing our reality. The show runs from 10 April to 9 May 2015. For further info please visit http://www.tiwani.co.uk/Home/Exhibitions

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