Calendar

  • 9 SEP
  • 10 SEP
  • 11 SEP
  • 12 SEP , 10:00h - 22:00h
  • 13 SEP

Lerato Shadi, Lefa Le, 2019, Neon-Sign Installation (detail). Courtesy Lerato Shadi and blank projects, Cape Town, Photo: dewil.ch (cc by-nc-nd), 2019
Lerato Shadi, Selogilwe, 2010, one-channel-videowork, 7 Std. 3 min., videostill. Courtesy Lerato Shadi and blank projects, Cape Town
Lerato Shadi, I Know What a Closed Fist Means, 2020, Photographies on panels, 4 parts (size variable, floor to ceiling). Courtesy Lerato Shadi and blank projects, Cape Town
Lerato Shadi, Re Maotwana Gonyela, 2016–18, single channel video work, 11 min 15 Sec., Viedeo still. Courtesy Lerato Shadi and blank projects, Cape Town

Opening
KINDL—CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

Opening Lerato Shadi. Maru a Pula Is a Song of Happiness

12 SEP, 10am—10pm

Lerato Shadi makes the invisible or overlooked visible in her work and criticises purely Western notions of history. She places her body at the centre of her work—often in lengthy, physically demanding performances. The solo exhibition at the KINDL presents videos, neon signs, and a photographic work as well as a new series of textile works that address the relationship between the panel painting and performativity.

The exhibition is curated by Kathrin Becker.
 



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