An exhibition of Lynnie Zulu’s Art on the 21st & 22nd of March 2013

Jungle Fever is a thrilling ride into the wild world of Lynnie Zulu. Her bold tribal graphics – with a jazzy, psychedelic twist – lead us on an expedition into the unknown. Zulu’s spontaneous and fluid style imprints her vivacious personality on all her work. Her connections with Tanzania also enable her to draw from a deep well of African creativity. For her first solo show, she has made spectacular use of the vibrant patterns and colours found in tropical rainforests and jungles. Her fascination with the individual also introduces us to a community of mysterious and charismatic characters. Faces magically emerge from the patterns and rhythms of their surroundings. Zulu’s work transforms the space, conjuring up a world of exotic fantasy in a Victorian building in Notting Hill. For this event, she has worked closely with DJ and producer Nick Hadfield who will programme a live soundtrack to the art and space over 2 days. Expect to hear Afrobeat and Calypso – mixed with a fresh, electronic edge – harmonising perfectly with the art. Proceeds from the art sales will be donated to Kith & Kids (no. 1080972) who provide activities, opportunities and support for people with learning disabilities or autism.

For more information, and a biography of Lynnie Zulu download our: Press Release.

Entry is guest-list only, please RSVP to: info@somethingintheattic.co.uk stating which date(s) you would like to attend.

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