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Linda Shuma

Linda is an upcoming artist based at the coastal town of Kilifi along the East African Coast of Kenya. She works mostly with recycled, upcycled, and repurposed materials (wooden shipping pallets, plastic and glass bottles). Linda started painting and actively trying out different art media in 2016. She enjoys experimenting with bright colours to create her different pieces that can be used decoratively and that are sometimes gifted to family and friends. As she undertakes her community work, Linda uses her artwork to teach life lessons during mentoring sessions and hopes to inspire many more in the community to pick up different art genres as a way of therapy, self expression, and gainful living.

Natalia Szostak

Born in 1980 in Szczecin, Poland. Visual artist combining traditional techniques with new media, action in space, and text. She graduated from San Francisco State University in California (BA 2007), Academy of Art in Szczecin (MA 2012), University of Arts in Poznan (PhD 2018). Assistant professor at the Szczecin Academy of Art. In 2018, her book The Matter of Experience and the Image was published by The Universitas Society of Scientific Papers Authors and Publishers located in Krakow, Poland. Author of the PLATERØWKA social art practice project based in a tenement house in a working-class district of Szczecin (2011–2014). Her work has been shown in numerous solo shows, among them: National Museum in Gdansk, TRAFO Center for Contemporary Art in Szczecin, and Kunstquartier Bethanien in Berlin. Her activities include participating in national and international group exhibitions, conferences, residencies, collaborations, and community arts projects. She lives and works in her hometown.

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