Native Soil 2017 Hand-woven archival ink-jet prints listing the farm names in Zimbabwe that were part of the fast-track land reform program 79 x 91.5 cm
In the year 2000 the Zimbabwean government began a policy of fast-track land reform. This involved seizing white-owned farms in order to compensate war veterans who had fought in the liberation war. These farm invasions were often violent and proved very detrimental to the economy which was largely based on agriculture.
Native Soil (detail)