Heiko-Thandeka Ncube is an Afrogerman artist who’s work ranges between art criticism, film and the visual arts. His practice is closely linked to historical developments and mythological stories that can be traced back to Ncube’s Zimbabwean-German descent. Ncube worked in the art education of the 10th Berlin Biennale, various art educational projects by The Hub e.V. and as an actor in the performance Pour La Radio by Andrea Cohen and Diego Losa in the House of World Cultures. He has recently shown works at the group exhibition FUTURE FORMS FICTION at Schau Fenster (Berlin, Germany) and held a lecture performance as part of Mantis: Safe Space at Kampnagel (Hamburg, Germany). Ncube is currently studying fine arts in the Lensbased Class led by Hito Steyerl at the UdK Berlin.
Past Exhibitions at Galerie Anton Janizewski: Splintered subjects along the margin
Selected Press: Monopol gallerytalk.net