Artist Felix Gichuri resides in Nairobi, Kenya. He has an evident fascination with attenuated forms: blades of grass, branches of trees, ribbons unwound from gifts and rays of the sun. His choice of pared-down subject matter focuses attention on the movement in these stringy forms. They evoke acts of stretching or reaching out in supplication, maybe for warmth, to question, give thanks or worship. In wide open vistas, they seem to conjure up a world of freedom and agency to fulfil one's destiny or swim upstream if one so desires.