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The Village Square by Ikwuemesi Now in Abuja

Enugu based-artist, Krydz Ikwuemesi opens his solo art exhibition The Village Square on May 7, 2015 at International Institute for Creative Development (IIDC), Maitama, Abuja. The exhibition, according to a statement features composite installation.
Associate Professor of Fine Art at University of Nigeria (UNN), Nsukka, Ikwuemesi, in his artist statement discloses how the works attempt to view the world’s acclaimed advancement.
“In this exhibition, I am looking at the compactness of the wide world in this age of the cyber magic. Yes. In spite of its expansiveness, the world seems so small.
We can see it all from our little corner. There is so much motion, yet little movement. Globalization takes its toll. The world changes. But we have not changed much. We are meaning-seeking animals trapped in a world where meaning has remained meaningless and ever elusive. Continue Reading HERE

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