Mujunga’s work traces the connections between objects and their external associations, pulling together seemingly disparate objects and references to speak directly to the, at times, ad hoc processes of identity-formation observed in Uganda. The configuration of his compositions imply a folding into one of multiple physical and psychological spaces, highlighting Mzili’s treatment of personal identity as something innately multiple and contingent. Ultimately, Mzili creates work that simultaneously narrates and queries the formation of his personal identity, and, by extension, the collective exercise of identity-formation. As a painter and printmaker Mzili intermingles traditional visual forms, African art histories and modern techniques and approaches to art-making. Over the course of a career spanning more than two decades he has been an advocate of what he refers to as ‘indigenous expressionism’. He has exhibited extensively in galleries in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali, Ghana, the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands. Mzili is one of the cofounders of Kampala Arts Trust.