The UJ Art Gallery will host an exhibition entitled Discordance by photographer Michael Meyersfeld from Wednesday, 6 to Wednesday, 27 February. The first segment, ‘Urban disquiet’, comprises a series of urban images addressing the landscape of today. Sometimes playground, sometimes battleground, there is a constant blurring between what is real, and what is perceived. ‘Bent’ […]
Symposium 21.02.2013, 8H30 – 19H00 Goethe-Institut, 119 Jan Smuts Ave, Johannesburg The Goethe-Institut and the African Centre for Cities (ACC) will host a one-day symposium to explore issues relating to public space and the public sphere with public art a focal point and catalyst for discussion. The event is closely connected to New Imaginaries, a trilogy […]
Wed 5th December: Book Launch of 2010 Reasons to Live in a Small Town, with guest speaker Bettina Malcolmess Time: 6h30pm Date: 5 December 2012 Venue: King Kong Building, 1st floor, 6 Verwey Street, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg. The 2010 Reasons project spanned 11 small towns across South Africa, resulted in 15 permanent public artworks, 26 […]
When: 18.10.2012 – 22.11.2012, Opening 18.10.2012, 18H30 Where: Goethe-Institut, Gallery, 119 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood Humans excessively use universal KRAFT (POWER) and depend on it, but we are unable to understand its logic and risks. Especially nuclear power, oil, and shell gas have become the Achilles tendon of mankind. The need for mobility, the addiction to speed, […]
The Market Theatre in association with the Goethe-Institute,presents: 1. Without Time and Place, 20 min. Jill Richards (piano) in collaboration with Marcus Neustetter (live visual 2. Antjie in Berlin, 45 min. Jill Richards (piano) and Shaughn MacRae (live sound) Composed by Rudiger Meyer
Last walk-about and closing of the exhibition 10YRS ONAIR by Stephen Hobbs and Marcus Neustetter 1 June 2012 6:30pm – 8:30pm , Entrance free, From 9:30pm URBAN HOUSE PARTY Projection-performance by Hobbs/Neustetter Venue: 281 Commissioner Street, Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg For more information please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
[fsg_gallery id=”2″] Documentation of exhibitions by Bronwyn Lace, Marcus Neustetter, Nathaniel Stern and Pippa Tshabalala.