Kapwani Kiwanga turns her expertise as a researcher in comparative religion and anthropology into a complex artistic practice aimed at exposing the traces of historic systems and relations of power. By creating narratives in which fact and fiction intermingle, she revisits historical events to reveal shadowy areas and curious coincidences. In her performances, videos and installations, she encourages her audience to question everything they see and hear.
Born in Ontario to Tanzanian parents, Kapwani Kiwanga lives and works in Paris. She is preparing a series of new works for her summer show at the Musée d’art de Joliette.
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