Gilles Dusabe is a Rwandan-Swiss artist whose work explores the most striking but sometimes unnoticed facts and events of everyday life. Deriving inspiration from upsetting experiences, disturbing realities or shocking news, he uses a variety of media to engender challenging and sometimes disturbing artworks. As a committed artist, he addresses cultural, social and political issues such as personal freedom, social justice, equity or human rights. He also wants his work to question the way we are linked to our history as communities and the way we create our collective memory.
Thursday, February 14
Webster University Geneva, LLC Commons Room
Route de Collex 9 1293 Bellevue, Switzerland