Izabiriza Moise was born in 1992 in Rwanda. Moise has been creating art for his entire life, and established himself as a professional artist in 2012. Moise style of art is semi-abstract. Some of his pieces are art installations using repetitive and labor intensive techniques such as weaving, sewing, rolling and twisting of materials. These techniques help Moise create fluidity and movement, which allows him to fully express his feelings in his artwork. Throughout his career, Moise has been motivated by the belief that “art has the power to heal people physically, mentally, and emotionally and also bring people together.”
Moise co-founded Rwanda’s leading art space “Kuuru Art Space, Kigali” in 2017. This studio brings together the most skilled and talented artists from all over the country with the goal of making artwork that portrays, develops and changes lives through creativity.
Moise donates time to teaching arts and crafts to orphans and vulnerable children. He has also spent time working and volunteering at Rwandan orphanages and hospitals painting bright and playful murals. Moise’s art can be found in exhibitions locally and internationally.
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