STYLISH BUT TORN/ ‘COLLIN SEKAJUGO’ AT FIRETTI CONTEMPORARY
‘Collin Sekajugo’ was born in Uganda. these days, Collin’s paintings has drawn attention in firetti Contemporary Alserkal Avenue Dubai.
The first Collin’s difference of view is in torn canvas without frame hanging on the wall but it isn’t all of his differences.
He hangs his canvas on the walls look like a fabric. He uses torn canvas because he wants to show contrast between main characters with the world around. Stunning character with stylish clothes and luxury glasses beside collage background report a paradox. From beautiful showcase but destroyed inside.
This maybe shows artist objection from geographical location that can refer to many different places in the world.
The torn canvas of Collin can point to The confusion of today's modernized man that lives in torn and destroyed places.
Contemporary man deceives himself with pretty and stunning outfits but everything is being destroyed.
This is warning message of ‘Collin Sekajugo’ from Uganda.
The ‘An Odyssey Of Identity ‘ exhibition at firetti Contemporary delves into the realms of ethics, communication and the evolving digital landscape, inviting viewers to contemplate the moral codes that shape our society.
Boris Anje,Carson Buka, Kansiime Brian Lister, Christine Nyatho, Florence Nanteza, Collin Sekajugo are present in ‘An Odyssey Of Identity‘ exhibition.