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Repetition has been significantly present since the genesis of my art practice, particularly the use of repeated geometric shapes and forms – these have and continue enabling me to create and narrate familiar and reimagined stories.Recently I began working with materials I have never worked with within my art practice, namely tin foils, plastic-like materials, pushpins, yarn, etc. The use of these readily available and so-called ‘non-conventional’ art materials has created more room to explore multiple ways in which space is constructed through colour, repeated shapes and forms, and has given me permission to tread on an unfamiliar trail. I like to think of the works created as a collaboration – the action of different sources and materials, big and small, smooth, and rough; working together to produce something which is not always refined but leaves room for more. Within my art practice I hope to create work which uses colours, shapes, patterns, and forms as a visual tool of communication within the modern contemporary art world.

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MFA FINE ART

NOKULUNGA F MAZIBUKO