About  the  Artist:  Chiedza Pasipanodya

Chiedza Pasipanodya (chee-ed-za pasi-pano-jga) is an artist, curator, and writer who lives and works in Toronto, Canada & Harare, Zimbabwe. Their research-based practice is informed by traditional southern African pottery, ontologies and social practice. Chiedza is curious about remembering and belonging. In their multidisciplinary practice, they are committed to elevating narratives which might otherwise be forgotten and misremembered, especially the cultural productions of people of African descent. Chiedza has exhibited at Nia Centre for the Arts, Xpace Cultural Centre, and Whippersnapper Gallery. Chiedza was a Toronto Biennial of Art Curatorial Fellow (2022) and has curated exhibitions with The Art Gallery of Peterborough, Aspace Gallery, BAND Gallery, and Nuit Blanche.



Mending the Museum (2023)
Workshop Series:
   Narrative Charm
   Blackout Poetry
   Play it Forward
   Cloning and Paper Clay


About the Collective
Members of the Collective

Mending the Museum is a collaborative duo comprised of Karina Román Justo and Camila Salcedo. Together, their intent is to work as a bridge between artists, communities, regional museums, and craft objects from their collections, to reflect on ancestry and speculative futures within the framework of cultural belonging.

For all inquires, please email mendingthemuseum@gmail.com

Brand identity, website design and development by Natasha Whyte-Gray, 2023.