phefumla! (breathe!)

phefumla (breathe!) is a travelling exhibition of the artwork produced during the inaugural Open Forum residency at Stellenbosch University in October 2016. The artwork included in the exhibition is a combination of sculpture, photography, sound installation and documentary film. The exhibition education programme consists of a roundtable dialogue and workshop with student activists, art students, Open Forum artists and high school learners.

Partner organizations:

District Six Museum, Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education and The Goethe Institute.

 

Selected Work:

  1. Sami Maseko, Perspective Gained, Live Performance + photographic documentation.
  2. Grace Peterson, Silencing Me, System!, Live Performance  + photographic documentation.
  3. Retha Ferguson, Photographic prints x 5 A2.
  4. Stephanie Conradie, The Dustbin, A2 Digital Print  +  100 pamphlets.
  5. Nicolene Burger, Flight, Sculpture (3x2m) + video projection.
  6. Isabel Mertz, Rust, 2 A5 Sketchbooks and metal plates x 3 + video projection.
  7. ITAP, Installation incl Sound, photographs, drawings, digital prints.
  8. YazeedKamaldien, FMF documentary.
  9. Vasiki: Mike Mavura + KhanyisileMbongwa, We Are the Beautiful Ones: Dreams and Secrets, sound Installation.
  10. Thato Phatlane, Chaos the Pursuit of Peace, Suspended paper Installation.
  11. Maria Garcia, Photographs x 9
  12. Tshepo Modiri, Photographs x 2
  13. Timothy Oduwole, Photographs x 2

phefumla! opens at the District Six Museum Homecoming Centre on Tuesday 25 April at 6pm and will be open to the public until 4 May. Opening hours are 9h00 – 16h00 every day except Sundays. Admission to the exhibition is free of charge.

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