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Enhla Komqonqo – The Unconscious Mind – Solo Exhibition by Vincentio Phiri

17 June, 2016 @ 18:00 - 26 June, 2016 @ 17:00

Free

Modzi Arts invites you to the second solo exhibition by Vincentio Phiri.

This exhibition explores the emotional power of colour, shape, texture and smell by combining Mr Phiri’s works with scents. Smell is one of the most powerful catalysts for memory, and as with art, our unconscious associations are very personal. The combination of visual art and scent is meant to create a powerful sensory experience unique to each visitor.

The Unconscious mind - Vincentio Phiri
The Unconscious Mind an exhibition on emotions & smells by Vincentio Phiri

 

The exhibition consists of four created rooms, each of which contains four paintings and a different scent. We invite you to walk through the exhibition and see what emotions and feelings arise from your unconscious mind.

The exhibition will run for 10 days, with an opening event on Friday 17th June, starting from 18.00, at the Modzi Arts gallery. Food and drinks will be available.

The exhibition is sponsored by Solar Solutions (solar lamps), Peaberry and Marikas (ground coffee).

Details

Start:
17 June, 2016 @ 18:00
End:
26 June, 2016 @ 17:00
Cost:
Free
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Modzi Arts
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097 2028508
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modziarts@gmail.com
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Modzi Arts Centre
Alick Nkhata Road
Lusaka, Lusaka 10101 Zambia
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097 2028508
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https://www.facebook.com/modziarts/
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