Anne Zanele Mutema (born in 1988, Harare, Zimbabwe; lives and works in Harare) is a conceptual installation artist preoccupied with ideas of space, memory and phenomenology. She studied cinematography at the Zimbabwe Institute of Photography and Cinematography in 2009 and graduated from the National Gallery Visual Art Studio, Zimbabwe, in 2010. Anne creates immersive installations focused on an Event, defined for her as a phenomenon located at a single point in time in the context of self, culture, and history. Anne’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe. She has received several awards and has been selected for participation in international festivals.
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Anne Zanele Mutema’s practice invites us to consider alternative belief systems through the idea of an Event defined for her as a phenomenon located at a single point in time in the context of self, culture and history. Systemic Necropolis is an installation engaged in a philosophical inquiry on the…