Desperate Whispers: Empathy in the context of an ecological crisis was submitted in compliance with the requirements of the MFA degree at the Michaelis School of Fine Art in the University of Cape Town.
Parrot Jungle is perhaps one of the most purely photographic of Lien Botha’s many bodies of work, though of course she has exploited the medium since her early works.
|essays:||Bronwyn Law Viljoen|
|gallery:||Erdmann Contemporary Gallery|
Death and Taxes, encourages reading against the grain as a subversive act, as a protest against reality and ultimately as an act that could form part of a really creative piece of work. He urges the participating artists to frame political and artistic forms as problems, to reframe tradition and to explore ways to depart …
|gallery:||Fried Contemporary Art Gallery|
|date:||21 JANUARY - 20 FEBRUARY 2016|
The Dead Bunny Society and Priest have teamed up in a collaborative effort to launch the Priest space at 142 Jan Smuts as a go to venue for great young and emerging artists to exhibit by launching a group show of various artists from around the country and abroad, curated by Dead Bunny Society.
|date:||20 August to 08 September 2015|
Dead bunny society in association with Priest presents a group show of artworks at the Turbine Art Fair 2015.
|gallery:||Turbine Art Fair|
|date:||16 - 19 July 2015|
Deadbunnysociety in association with Underculture Contemporary presents a show titled Macabre curated by Peter Mammes.
|gallery:||Underculture Contemporary Gallery|
|date:||25 March - 17 April 2015|
South African contemporary exhibition that took place in The Gallery at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar with artists Lien Botha, Nadja Daehnke, Hasan Essop, Husain Essop, Svea Josephy, Sharlene Khan and Nomthunzi Mashalaba
|essays:||Jochen Sokoly and Ortrud Mulder|
|gallery:||The Gallery - Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar|
|date:||26 January - 5 March 2011|