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Part of the Gatherers Exhibition
Bisila Noha is a Spanish-Equatorial Guinean ceramicist based in London. Her work for Gatherers is a unique and personal collection that explores her heritage around Equatorial Guinea. Named Baney Clay by Bisila after her father’s village, the resulting vessels become ‘beautiful clay metaphors’ that mark an exploration. and re-connection with her African roots.
Bisila will be talking about her Baney Clay project as well as her views on feminism and how they link into her work. She is part of a project called Sheroes. She will talk about this and artists currently part of this movement at the moment.
Please note: This is an online event. You will receive joining details when you RSVP via the Gatherers site/Eventbrite.