Chaka Chikodzi is an Ontario-based stone sculptor originally from Zimbabwe. He learned the stone sculpting tradition at the age of thirteen under the tutelage of an older brother.
Chikodzi's work explores the nexus between geological time and human memory that facilitates his conversation with the materiality of the stone. By thinking about the stone as a kind of supernatural material that transports him to future historical moments, Chaka examines the current politics of display in cultures of reception of Zimbabwean stone sculpture.
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