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Kasia

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“To the Polish, Kasia means pure. To me, it means that I have a vision, a vision as big as the continent my name holds, and the K symbolises how quickly I will accept every opportunity coming my way. Asia with a K is a phrase beyond how to pronounce it. It’s my spirit.”

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Proudly Zimbabwean, meet today’s host Kasia who is a performing arts enthusiast and social activist. She was raised by a father who started off as a BBC journalist and today owns a media group. and a mother who is a former UN employee and a gender activist with businesses in healthcare and home rental. As a result of the influence of both her parents’ career paths, Kasia has grown to strongly believe in the art of designing. This includes:
Designing Art
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My deepest passion is music. That is the artform closest to my heart. Writing songs, playing instruments and performing/recording them is how I communicate and how I listen. Dance and fashion are the other artforms I embody. To design art is to acknowledge the power of these and to know how easily these things unite us. That’s what I want to do, I want to connect with people through designing art.
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Designing Technology
The media has had a big effect on how African and black communities are perceived. My love for video editing and graphic content creating is the gateway I want to use to help change that. When I watch movies and series I also study the choice of music and how the camera moves because all those things are what contribute to the art of designing technology.
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Designing Society
The three narratives I’m most passionate about are race, religion and gender. I want better for everyone in all those areas. That includes racial harmony, religious peace and gender equality. I want people to feel okay with how they choose to identify themselves and I want society to be okay with that too. I see Zimbabwe’s community as a little behind due to being set back into outdated patriarchal beliefs. The power structure is not beneficial to all women, and I want to be a part of that change. If we want to create a better world for our next generation, that starts with designing a better society.

Checkout her session below

https://www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/17878888255684157/

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