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Opening Sunday, 07 April from 10 am – 3 pm at ELLIS HOUSE ART BUILDING, 23 Voorhout Street, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg.
A group exhibition curated by the Labyrinth Project.
DIRK BAHMANN | MAAIKE BAKKER | VUSI BEAUCHAMP | OLAF BISCHOFF | ALEXIA COCOLAS | JAYNE CRAWSHAY-HALL | STEPHAN ERASMUS | SARAH GRACE | ODETTE GRASKIE | HEIDI FOURIE | GORDON FROUD | REBECCA HAYSOM | SYDNEY KEENEY | STEFANIE LANGENHOVEN | WAYNE MATTHEWS | NEIL NIEUWOUDT | SUSAN OPPERMAN | STEPHEN ROSIN | WILHELM SAAYMAN | ALISON JEAN SHAW | BENJAMIN SKINNER | CHRISTOPHER STEENKAMP | RILEY THOMPSON | NINA TORR | ANN-MARIE TULLY | AMY VAN DEN BERGH | MORNE VENTER
The labyrinth project seeks to establish a framework for nebulous and self-generative network of creatives; artists, curators, writers, poets and doers of all kinds, a primary resource in this labyrinth we call the South African creative landscape. The project will employ the ‘archive’ and curatorial thinking to establish the initial dynamics of the broader, mapping out relations and relationships that have remained implicit to the activities of creatives. Once established the Labyrinth Project will, with the added capacities of its activated network, be able to offer curatorial services, exhibitions, workshops, peer-crit sessions, lectures, installation spaces and most importantly a dynamic programme and model that artists can draw direct benefit from. We are excited to be part of this project and eager to see it work for artists.
‘I go to encounter for the millionth time the reality of experience and to forge in the smithy of my soul the uncreated conscience of my society…’ A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’ JAMES JOYCE