ANDERU IMMACULATE (IMMY) MALI B.1990. Immy lives and works in Kampala. As a mixed media artist, she creates installations, video works inspired by painful memories of child hood incidents and recent personal narratives in an attempt to create an archive of her being. Her work also offers perspectives on migration, human resilience and what can be overcome by representing pain as an emotion that can be touched.
She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial and fine arts from Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts, Makerere University in 2013.
She has participated in group exhibitions, artist workshops and residencies as well as public art projects with in Kampala and abroad. Some of which are; the on-going Kabbo ka Muwala a travelling exhibition on migration and mobility in contemporary art from Southern Africa, East Africa and Germany in 2016, the 5th ÀSÌKÒ CCA Lagos International Art Programme, Maputo Mozambique 2015 and a residency at 32° East Ugandan Arts Trust, where she created an installation, ‘Daddy Can I Play?!’ in 2013