A Window In: El Anatsui


Ghanaian sculptor, El Anatsui, has garnered international attention for his bottle-top installations, works consisting of thousands of metal pieces sewn together with wire. At first glance, the sculptures appear stiff and immobile, however the materials can be manipulated and altered in any way.

Learn more about El Anatsui’s studio process and the role of language and symbols in his artwork.

South Dallas Cultural Center presents A Window In: A look at Contemporary Art of the African Diaspora. Each week, SDCC will feature a curated list of videos from ART 21: Art in the Twenty First Century that highlight artists of the African Diaspora. From topics of Power and Truth to Love and Loss, these artists explore and expand the bounds of what art is and could be.