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Evanescence

Read Return to Library   This is a story of my 67 year old mother, Vasanti Makan who is in the final stages of Alzheimer’s disease. ‘Evanescence’ captures our story: of my mother’s gradual fading from my sight and existence, while I am steadily dissolved from her memory. As for the viewer, this series will …

Candice Breitz: The Scripted Life

Artist: Candice Breitz Curator: Rudolf Sagmeister Essays by: Beatrice von Bismarck, Colin Richards, Okwui Enwezor and Edgar Schmitz Gallery: Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria Dates: 6 February 2010 – 11 April 2010

redress1 -undressed ADVOCATE ALICE PRESENTS: R v JR 2010

Read Retrun to Library   ‘In literature, redress in italics keeps the concept in suspense as it makes one reflect upon, even bring into play, the very body of the questions: Whose redress? What is redressed? How does this happen and when? All these uncertainties inform the attempt to understand redress within our cultural production’ …

Earthscars

Read   Return to Library   “Jeannette’s passion for Africa cannot go without comment. She uses her art to tell the sad story of exploitation, environmental degradation, double standards, slavery and cheap labour perpetrated by corporations. Her work strives to depict andsymbolize the different issues that impact on inequality that affects poor mining communities and …

Twenty: South African sculpture of the last two decades

Read Return to Library Nirox Sculpture Park, located in Cradle of Humankind seems a particularly fitting location to host an exhibition of South African sculpture from the last twenty years. Its palaeontological treasures remind us how short that span of time is while offering a temporary home to art that draws on history much older …