by Mbali Dhlamini
Since 2014, Mbali Dhlamini, a fine art master’s graduate from Wits, has been looking at the role of colour in the Africanisation of missionary Christianity, with a particular focus on the African independent churches. Over the years Dhlamini has produced work that looks at the liminality of these churches, juxtaposed with the omnipresence of church uniforms from various groupings”. Kwanele Sosibo, Mail & Guardian
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Mbali Dhlamini - (b.1990) Johannesburg. Currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
A multidisciplinary artist and visual researcher, Mbali is interested in the decolonisation of contemporary African identity making. She works in pastel, charcoal drawings, printmaking and performance art to investigate the relationships between indigenous cultural practices, spirituality, language, colour and the beliefs around each of these themes.
She performs visual, tactile and discursive investigations into current indigenous cultural practices with a view towards decolonising these practices in contemporary culture. Her work is in constant conversation with her past and present, working to maintain a state of unlearning and relearning.
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