I build bridge between communities and culture I have been influenced by the artists of the 19th century .I create in mixed media by sewing . I highlights the technical form used in both Congolese and European arts, which stress form and color. I used different textile techniques, produces relevant research regarding current social and cultural topics that also can be illustrated through my art My works develop projects between communities and collecting fractured narratives for social change through identity. My experiences of inter and cross-continental migrations developed her sensibility to cross-interculturalism and to a plurality of language which I explore in my interest to sew and paint different cultures, everyday people, live model drawing and landscapes with the assistance of my two favorite tools the needles and energetic bold brushstrokes.
Ghislaine Sabiti is an interdisciplinary Congolese-born
artist who was raised on the outskirts of Paris, France.
She highlights the technical form used in both Congolese
and European arts, which stress form and color. Her
work has been exhibited and commission nationally and
internationally in France and USA in numerous group
exhibitions and solo show including galleries such as Rio
Gallery, at shapeshifterlab, Harlem School of the Arts,
and Brooklyn Film and Art Festival, Small Space Fest. Commission for the
Lexington Hotel, artist residency Jamaica Center and Learning, Chashama studio artist,
Nominated by Chashama for an the artist residency at Pocantico Center/Rockefeller Brothers Fund.