Look Who’s Chalking: WiseTwo, Kenyan Street Artist

The Nairobi-based Street Artist, WiseTwo, is involved in various art projects in Kenya and abroad. With social activism as a strong focus, his art often portrays imagery and messages related to human rights.

Here is his interview with Sarah Kerr of WITNESS, where he discusses ‘Street Art, Video and Social Change’. He talks about how street art can be used as a tool for change, and discusses the intersection of social action, street art and video advocacy. Check it out!

What would you chalk about through non-violent political activism?

“To me, this kind of action is a form of non-violent political activism” – WiseTwo

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