Artists interpret Seychelles’ changing trade winds in new exhibition
Choppier seas, cooler and drier weather, a scarcity of fish and an increase in vegetable productions are all occurrences happening now that the winds have changed. This is how the general public sees the South-East Monsoon, one of the two seasons in Seychelles. But how would artists interpret this time of year in their work?
This opportunity has been given to artists – painters, sculpture, poets, musicians and others – through an exhibition being held at the Eden Art Space gallery of Eden Plaza, located on Eden Island. They were invited to openly interpret the theme in any media and realisable scale.
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