About This Artist
Ishimwa Muhimanyi is a London-based Rwandan artist. His work is his journey as he asks: how can I live freely in this black body scared or perhaps gifted with memories of loss, abuse and neglect?
The School of Tenderness, Embodied Kinetics, & Alchemical Arts presents: underground underneath the underground [u.u.u.], prelude
June 18, 2021
Leaked Email Thread: Justin Ebrahemi <email@example.com>Mon, Mar 15, 3:07 PMto Mica Sigourney, Silk Worm Hi Mica and Silk, I loved the Insta takeover on Sat! I just wanted to follow up in hopes you could provide more info on Colossus and I will draft a work description and press release. Can’t believe we’re a month […]
“Primeiro estranha-se, depois entranha-se” (At first it’s strange, then it gets into your veins) – Fernando Pessoa I am part of the Human/ID team, a collaboration with StratoFyzika and Ian Heisters that probes how identity is rendered legible (or illegible) through movement and technology. Tagging onto the notion of digital flaws and their rich potential […]
Deep fake dancing and breaking technology I’ve been talking with the StratoFyzika team about how identity resides in the body for their residency in CounterPulse’s Combustible program. We’re researching surveillance technology, machine learning, and dance for a performance in spring 2020. The research is conceptual as well as practical, and the following comprises my notes in building a first […]
We are artists. In some ways, we are sacrificial lambs. We bleed publicly. We can be found dancing naked and crying the necessary tear. We do this so they can name what they have sacrificed. To those without words, we give poetry; those without melody, a song. And to him, that guy, that just can’t […]