Throw Everything Together and Add

Zylla uses his art as a means to confront reality, as a tool for change. His steadfast principles and actions forced him to flee South Africa with his family in 1986, only to return seven years later in 1993. Zylla continues to work within a paradigm of social critique. His work comments on current issues …

120 Days of Sodom

Artist: Manfred Zylla Essays & texts by: Ashraf Jamal, Nomusa Mahubu, Nilas Zimmer et al. Gallery: National Arts Festival, Grahamstown & Erdmann Contemporary, Cape Town Dates: 2 July 2015 – 12 July 2015

A temporary admission

Artist: Bridget Baker Curator: Storm Janse van Rensburg Essays by: Clifton Crais, Storm Janse van Rensburg, Linda Stupart, Andrew van der Vlies Gallery: National Arts Festival, Gallery in the Round, 1820 Monument, Grahamstown Dates: 3 July 2013 – 13 July 2013


Read Return to Library   A Booklet; A Movement; A Game of chance – a series of responses to Guy Debords’ notion of psychogeography by the Third Year Rhodes University Students who participated in ‘City Spaces’. ‘City Spaces’ is a two week module which is taught by Natasha Norman as part of the Visual and …

The Macabre

Read Return to Library  The Macabre – Group Exhibition organised by Dead Bunny Society. The Dead Bunny Society (DBS) comprises of four practicing artists with a wide variety of artistic and curatorial experience. DBS aims to create a community of artists that work towards common goals by supporting each other through creating independent platforms for …