The exhibition is a testament to the strength of human diversity and the enduring beauty of cultural traditions. Despite facing years of civil war, displacement, and environmental challenges, the Dinka community maintains its celebration of culture and traditions.
Tindi’s art is more than just an artistic expression; it is a tribute to the Dinka’s resilience and heritage. He collaborates closely with the Dinka community and scholars to ensure the accuracy of his portrayals. Each artwork in the series represents different facets of their identity, such as art, music, spirituality, and social structures.
The artworks’ titles are the names of the Dinka people, and Tindi interprets their meanings to the viewers. Through intricate patterns and layered texture, Tindi weaves a visual narrative that celebrates the beauty and strength of the Dinka people. The paintings also shed light on their displacement, conflict, and discrimination struggles. Read more