Actor Djimon Hounsou and artist Laolu Senbanjo collaborate for art series

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Healing through art: Digital art series Time To Heal calls on audiences to acknowledge that historical events happened and to begin healing from a point of acceptance. Photo: supplied
Healing through art: Digital art series Time To Heal calls on audiences to acknowledge that historical events happened and to begin healing from a point of acceptance. Photo: supplied

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Hollywood actor Djimon Hounsou and New York-based Nigerian artist Laolu Senbanjo have joined forces to create visual art that seeks to bridge what Africa and Africans lost in history and what they can find in the present. The pair discuss their digital art series with Phumlani S Langa. 

“The essence of this collaboration is really about two great artists, two African brothers coming together to collaborate to make a positive statement about Africa and its diaspora. It’s been my hope and my dream that we should be at the forefront of recounting our story from our own perspective, hence the Time To Heal project.”

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