Isaac Ntwayagae Chibua
He incorporates a lot of texture in his work to convey messages and bring richness to his art practice. He tackles a range of social issues and different life experiences. Rusty found materials are prevalent in his work to symbolise and make commentary on the scars of life, from emotional to socio-economic conditions. In his sculptural work he works with recycled materials from scrap yards, both a metaphor for society as he sees it, and also as his contribution towards an environmentally conscious practice. Color is one of the important elements for Chibua when making artwork, meant to break the dullness of his artworks; art after all is therapy, and color contributes to that. He currently feels something in the direction his art practice is about to take a spiritual artistic compass and seems to be proposing a new narrative.