Isaac Mondele, like many other Kinshasans, draws his inspiration from his near environment. To realize his sculptures, Mondele recycles rusty nails, iron rods and wires. Central to Mondele’s sculptures is the notion of movement to which he brings a delicate and poetic meaning, giving an impression of continuous wind. In contrast to the lightness of the movement, are the iron and the nails, used as a reference to witchcraft fetishes. But Isaac sculptures are benevolent, they cure, they harmonize, and wish to give back hope in a suffering humanity.