Currently I am exploring the role of identity in the making of Uganda's social fabric. It speaks to the tension between its fast growing population versus the availability of public resources that are meant to cater for it. These artworks are executed as a performances where I start by quilting empty food sacks and create tapestries that I eventually use as the backdrop for my models. The quilted sacks denote the seemingly endless need for humanitarian aid in poverty stricken and refugee-hosting countries like Uganda.
I think that a society without art would be like a body without a soul.
Over the last ten years I have lived to see art become an integral part of community development in Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya.
This is why i am still doing it; to heal, educate and inspire