The Void: positive and negative spaces’ acts as a precursor to a proposed major installation on top of Signal Hill for the World Design Capital 2014. In support of this proposal the exhibition includes drawings and maquettes documenting the various material possibilities of a star tetrahedron, a shape that works as the foundation for Swift’s […]
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Ideas around progress and notions of freedom in a country that will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of its first democratically elected president, Nelson Mandela, from prison on Freedom Day
This exhibition looked at parody’s of the preciousness of what we now take for granted.
This exhibition is the final work of the students graduating in 2009 with a Batchelor’s degree in Fine Art.
The Spier Contemporary provides a space for exploring our diversity and identity, giving audiences insights into our complexity and thus contributing to our understanding of difference. It has become a key event on South African art calendar.
Greatest Hits 2009 is a selected exhibition of graduate works. Works have been selected from Michaelis school of Fine Art UCT, Ruth Prowse School of Art and Stellenbosch University. The exhibition offers an overview of the local and broader discourses that run through the three schools and reflects the quality of work produced by the […]
Current Matters is an exhibition of artworks by contemporary South African Artists, ranging from young emerging to well-known established artists’ interpretation of the theme – “dealing with relevant political, social, economical and religious issues concerning the well-being of our planet Earth.”