"Fables and Pyramids: Adu Gindy, Joy Kops and Peter Weizenegger"
Tweed Museum of Art
University of Minnesota, Duluth
June 3 – August 5, 2007
Article by Suzanne Szucs
In 2007, Suzanne Szucs interviewed Adu about the show she was preparing at that time for the Tweed Museum of Art, an exhibit which encompassed the death of her longtime partner Kamal Gindy.
"For this project, Gindy is creating a fanciful tomb in the tradition of Kamal’s Egyptian heritage. It will also be marked by her signature of playful encounter with the world. Hundreds of 12”x12” paintings feature animals, bugs, gods and people all vying for attention in windows to some other existence." . . . "[The images] seem to be moving, alive with a rich palette of clay red, gold and black. They seem to speak to one another; a rich river of consciousness." –– Suzanne Szucs