‘THE BONE RE­MEM­BER’ EX­HIBITS AT AL­LIANCE

The Star (Kenya) - - Society -

Jim Chuchu is a Kenyan film di­rec­tor, pho­tog­ra­pher, singer­song­writer and vis­ual artist. He first came to the lime­light as a mem­ber of lo­cal mu­sic group ‘Just A Band’ and sub­se­quently as di­rec­tor of banned Kenyan LGBT film ‘Sto­ries of Our Lives’.

His cur­rent ex­hi­bi­tion ‘The Bones Re­mem­ber’ opened at the Al­liance Fran­caise in Nairobi on Thurs­day evening. It ex­plores non-Chris­tian spir­i­tual rit­u­als; their ab­sence due to the un­ques­tioned re­li­gious space and their pur­pose in con­tem­po­rary African so­ci­ety.

In at­ten­dance were The Nest Col­lec­tive’s Sunny Do­lat and Dr Njoki Ngumi as well as fi­nan­cial ad­viser Arno Fritz.

/ VIC­TOR IMBOTO

1. One of the art­works. 2. Sunny Do­lat and Dr Njoki Ngumi both from The Nest Col­lec­tive. 3. Artist Mo­hammed Al­toum and pho­tog­ra­pher Sarah Waiswa. 4. Fi­nan­cial ad­viser Arno Fritz, me­te­o­rol­o­gist Jojo Larue and en­trepreneur Nick Kaisser.

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