Brett Rubin-Land of Paths and No Paths

Land of Paths and No Paths

Norman Catherine-Hodge Podge

Hodge Podge

Mitchell Milton Gatsi

Pulling into Tomorrow

R 16,700.00 ex. vat
Availability: In stock
  Store Review (0)

PRESENTED BY : The Project Room - Namibia


More Information
Medium Mixed Media, clay, metal, wood, fabric
Height (cm) 58
Width (cm) 100
Artist Mitchell Milton Gatsi
Year 2018

Every element in this work speaks of the link between the mother, her children and their home shelter. No matter how poor the mother is and how many struggles the family goes through she make sure that she must keep moving onwards no matter the harsh conditions she might be facing ahead.

The desert sand resembles bareness and when stranded here your only option is to keep moving till you reach a lifesaving point. The rope symbolising connection and belonging, each day she will use her energy and strength to hold her family together. The blindfolded children might not know their mothers plans but they trust her unconditionally and follow her path. 

Download PDF Download PDF