Sandra Githinji is a Kenyan-born, Naarm (Melbourne) based multidisciplinary designer and sessional lecturer at RMIT University, teaching into the Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours).
This sculptural vase celebrates Queen Ndlovukazi Nandi kaBhebhe, the mother of King Shaka Zulu, the great king and warrior of the Zulu nation, born in 1816. She is considered one the most important queens in South African history and is a significant role model for single mothers. Her life story is a beaconing example to all women who strive to have their voices heard in a society dominated by powerful men who seek to suppress their freedom.
Color: Aged Bronze
Overall dimensions : 250 x 250 x 250mm