Each of the eight artworks brings the viewer inside a different imaginarium, offering an empowering encounter with a resilient and vital community at Disrupt Space – a London-based Black arts agency. These artworks will go live on November 29th. Learn more about the artists and their projects below.
Art, like fruit, is a passion and is central to our wellbeing and cohesion.
As a painter I’ve been journeying through oils to enable a soulful giving – with a beauty of imagery and depth of perception.
I’m perennially seeking to deliver a better overstanding of who we are as a ‘oneness, encapsulated in historical account and religious doctrine- to extract our contributions, and exaltations, essentially from an Afrocentric perspective.
My motivation remains figurative, but I’m currently journeying through what I call “Afstract Figurative.”
What excites me of late is an unobtrusive use of unconventional materials such as bitumen, soil and other sourced materials to mix with my paintings. This, married with a new step into immersive digital art space both challenge, and immensely intrigue me.
Moving forward, I dream to work from my birthplace of The Gambia and beyond, whilst travelling back and forth, home from home to the UK.
“Wherever we lay our feet, that’s our soil”
Pandora according to Ancient Greek myth was the first human created by Hephaestus, under instruction of Zeus …All the Gods complied and gave her unique gifts, which she brings to us, and brings to the world.
A black butterfly is rare. It carries the beauty and energy of life-changing transformation, individuality and uniqueness. It is a symbol of rebirth and most importantly, it represents the death, of anything misfortunate. It releases itself from the box transforming into the gifts of Love, Honour, Truth and Molasses.
So contrary to what we now believe, Pandora is a gift-giver.
Pan – ‘All’
Doron- ‘All gifted’
Pandora is green of jade and red of ruby representing and absorbing the Earth and the planets and the stars… the reds and the yellows the greens and the blues of “nature” – of which we are all a part.
A shard of glass is removed from Her heart area and becomes multiplied and placed on the land, represented as 3 pyramids – Orion’s Belt. Indicating our 360 degree connectivity.
Pandora’s box. As it was in the beginning: So shall it be; so shall it be; so shall it be.
Pauline Boyenga Bofala
Pauline Boyenga Bofala (Browncoffeemoka) is a sensitive, conscientious and mystical artist who is passionate about art history, history, ethnology, culture and spirituality. She is inspired by different forms of art (like photography, sculpture, literature, fine art, craftsmanship) with care for the environment being absolutely central to her work. Browncoffeemoka prepares …
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