In my quest to express individuality, I explore unique approaches to pictorial space. In most of my explorations, I work on boards, cutting them hollow to create negative spaces so that the wall behind the artwork becomes part of it.
Recurring Success is my personal speculation of our success in a life as individuals or as a collective. Success in life I believe should recur. For this reason, I placed 7 athletes in a race, the number 7 representing seven days in a week and continual cycle of recurrence.
The audience should interact with the piece by giving flesh to unfinished parts of the human figures presented in the composition for them to be inspired to explore further than their comfort zones.
Recurring success represents our daily resilience to adversity, defeats and setbacks. It presents our daily engagements with our audiences as recurring successes funnelling our efforts and ambitions into productive events, milestones and achievements.
I find inspiration from tendencies by established artists like Chikonzero Chazunguza, Gareth Nyandoro, Victor Nyakauru and many others who currently explore unique approaches in big art pieces.