Christian Nyampeta has the Dutch nationality which he acquired after migrating to the Netherlands from Rwanda. After attending Saxion Hogescholen Enschede, he went to London to attend the Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London and since 2011 he has been following a PhD program at Goldsmiths University.

Nyampeta’s research is concerned with issues of Living Together: individuality, conviviality and industriality. Ongoing projects centre around migratory and performative practices including writing and public lectures, convened under his research provisionally titled of “How To Live Together(?)”. Christian Nyampeta is an Mphil/PhD candidate at the Visual Cultures Department of Goldsmiths University of London.

Recent projects include a free form radio station in London Islington, the participation at the 5th Visual Cultures Public Forum at Goldsmiths and the presentation of a paper at The Pleasure of the Look: Gazing and Surveillance, a one day symposium at the Royal College of Art in June 2012.

Christian Nyampeta. Photo: Niels Molenaar

Solo Shows

2016
Christian Nyampeta, Netwerk, center for contemporary art, Aalst

2014
Christian Nyampeta, How To Live Together, Stroom Den Haag, The Hague

2013
Christian Nyampeta, How to Live Together, Casco, Utrecht
Christian Nyampeta, Casco, Utrecht
Christian Nyampeta, Casco, Utrecht

Group Shows

2016
The Peculiar People, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, Essex
City Of The Future, Lychee One Gallery, London
Through the fog: Descripting the present, State of Concept, Athens

2013
Aimee Zito Lema & Christian Nyamepta, How one can Leave our Belaved Ones with such Joy? – Casco, Utrecht
The Grand Domestic Revolution Goes On, Context Gallery, Derry, Northern Ireland

2012
1st Tbilisi Triennial – Offside Effect, Center of Contemporary Art, Tbilisi (CCAT), Tbilisi
The Grand Domestic Revolution Goes On, The Showroom, London