KANA KA YOA curated by Rose Jepkorir
We are living in an outstanding time, in the face of political, economic, industrial and technological advancements, there are issues or ideas that pertain the human behavior that repeat or are constant. This is the case for world politics, the environment or for corruption, in thinking about these issues one may see that the more time lapses the more we remain the same or rather there are patterns that repeat in the course of time. Are there solutions, ways of anticipating and mitigating these issues?
In this work, kaloki look at the behaviors around human thinking. More specifically, he examine the familiar spaces that are created when traditional or religious beliefs, narrations or fashions are consumed unquestionably as given within a particular culture or time. he is investigating these frameworks in my lineage in comparison to what is happening in my environment today. Kaloki observe that even in the face of political, economic, industrial and technological advancements, we are likely to find patterns that repeat in the course of time and that the more time lapses the more we remain the same. The box manifests otherwise, it changes form and size. Changing Rooms is designated as a place to consider the possibilities of formulating an integrated framework of thinking that involves self-engagement, reflective thinking, building understanding and collecting information.
text by Rose Jepkorir