Sculptor and Designer. Seeking to move into Creative Consultancy and Object Design.
Coming from the Global South with many knowledge systems encoded in the built environment and social structures. Ndivhuho Rasengani's work explores transfiguration and construction through deconstruction. There is an acute awareness and utilization of light as a material and change agent. There is a tendency to shift and reshape industrial materials and images in a way that underscores built-in narratives and creates new ones around Afrocentric histories and people.
In the work many themes are held creating a harmonious tension such as movement and stillness, ancient and future, tenderness and callousness, fragility and security.
Ndivhuho Rasengani is an AICAD Teaching Fellow at the School of Art Institute of Chicago. He earned an MFA Sculpture in 2021 at Rhode Island School of Design and his Honours in Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Cape Town in South Africa in 2018.