Slanted in Rwanda: Judith Kaine / Kurema Kureba Kwiga
Special Issue Rwanda
For our special issue Slanted Rwanda we traveled to Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, in February 2019 and met numerous designers and artists in their studios.
We met the American creative director Judith Kaine, who came to Rwanda in 2013 to found Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga (To Create, To See, To Learn), a public-art project that uses visual and street arts to highlight social issues in Rwanda, bringing together contemporary Rwandan artists and community-stake-holders.
The exciting works of Judith Kaine can be found in the Slanted Special Issue Rwanda, additionally we conducted a video interview with Judith about her attitude and work. Take a look at our new issue and the video platform to meet a new side of Rwanda!
Photography: © Daniel Sommer, Slanted Publishers
Supported by descom Designforum Rhineland-Palatinate and the Partnership Association Rhineland-Palatinate / Rwanda (Jumelage).