Forget Banksy - the most exciting, provocative street art isn’t for sale at Christie’s or Sotheby’s it can be found on the streets of Kinshasa, DRC.
The new film System K showcases an astounding group of passionate street artists and their striking, conceptual and confronting works of art. With few resources at their disposal, the artists transform broken waste materials culled from garbage bins and trash heaps to create monumental installations. The political drive of the work is clear: DR Congo is one of the most resource-rich countries in the world, but a history of violent colonialism, civil war and political corruption has left many inhabitants of Kinshasa living in desperate poverty.
Dendy Canberra Centre are showing this fascinating documentary film System K, and we’re giving one lucky winner a double pass to see it.
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