Currently showing in the National Gallery in Harare, Vestiges of Colonialism is Moffat Takadiwa's response to the effects of colonialism.
The artist is known for his works using found objects and waste, repurposing them to reflect traditional Zimbabwean textiles and weaving practices. In this exhibition he uses toothbrushes and computer keys, furniture, vinyl records and cassette tape, plants and nails to create sculptures that invite the viewer to think about Zimbabwean history, its present and its future.
Read more about the exhibition here. Thank you to our reader who sent this link in. The show is on until the 8th May.