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Kakule Saiba Chadrack

Holder of a degree in philosophy (bac+) from the University of Lubumbashi, Chadrack Kakule is a young curator based
Lubumbashi. His interest in subjects such as restitution (of African art objects of cultural property), primitivism, the
cultural and social justice (Axel Honneth), the common (Achille Mbembe), the history of art (African perspective) have little leads to considering reflections on artistic and scientific questions.

Pragmatic, with a great ability to listen, communicate and analyze, he likes scientific discussions and constructive arts. He joined the waza art center team in January 2022. He is part of the Another Roadmap network of Arts Education African Cluster and will participate in discussions between the waza art center and ARAC in Kassel, Germany at Documenta 15. His curation practice is at the intersection of art and philosophy; and includes these two disciplines at the heart of social concerns.


He is keen to see the development of good practices in exhibition curation in his environment. He works in duo for more than a year on a project called “Geometry of desire. An Archeology of Thought.” He served as curator twice in his career: for the exhibition Pains. Peoples/Body/Spaces/Earth and Climate degradation in Haut-Katanga. He has collaborated on numerous projects of the waza art center, in particular the Kirat project, the Verbeek collection project, the Ecomuseum of Walemba.