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Dear Friends and Colleagues

I hope this letter finds you well in these uncertain times! I'm excited to announce new developments and upcoming exhibitions over the next few months including a two person exhibition with Mário Macilau at Photo London in May. Details below! 

All the best,

ANOMALIES 20 April - 22 May - Switzerland

It is great to be exhibiting with an exciting group of emerging artists from the African continent at Semaphore Gallery in Switzerland. 

ANOTHER ANTIPODES 9 June - 22 July - Australia

I am thrilled to be exhibiting in Australia with some of the foremost African artists of my generation including Mohau Modisakeng, Michael Macgarry, Athi Patra Ruga, Gerald Machona and many more, in what will be the most important exhibition of African contemporary art shown in Australia in recent times.

PHOTO LONDON 18-21 May - United Kingdom

I will be at Photo London with Ed Cross Fine Art where I am taking part in a two person exhibition with the amazing Mário Macilau


Some of my work comprises the latest volume of Subjectively Objective, a Mini Monograph series available world-wide.
The Laager (Podcast)

I participated in this podcast by journalist Rasmus Bitsch on 'Nuclear South Africa' discussing my research presented in the project Fail Deadly. It is a great piece connecting the struggle against apartheid, the Cold War, and South Africa’s development of nuclear weapons:


I am co-editor of Hands of our Revolution, a movement of artists initiated by Adam Broomberg: 

We are a global coalition affirming the radical nature of art. We believe that art can help counter the rising rhetoric of right-wing populism, fascism and the increasingly stark expressions of xenophobia, racism, sexism, homophobia and unapologetic intolerance.
  We know that freedom is never granted – it is won. Justice is never given – it is exacted. Both must be fought for and protected, yet their promise has seldom been so fragile, so close to slipping from our grasp, as at this moment.
  As artists, it is our job and our duty to reimagine and reinvent social relations threatened by right-wing populist rule. It is our responsibility to stand together in solidarity. We will not go quietly. It is our role and our opportunity, using our own particular forms, private and public spaces, to engage people in thinking together and debating ideas, with clarity, openness and resilience.

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