Since I was given this archaic object, I have been wondering about how education sometimes gives us the language to articulate and even the countenance to accept the random conditions created by those who simply have the money to do what they want? I think of the outrage being expressed by young people occupying various financial districts around the world. It is a device to brush crumbs from a table. I thought it would be interesting to use the lino cut and Century Schoolbook type with creole - like grammar to make the unfamiliar object and the language fit.
The Substation Residency Dislocating the Studio is a series of residencies featuring local and international cultural practitioners, structured as a challenge to the space of the studio / gallery. Wits School of Arts, Wits 2013 Strategy, Wits Vision 2022, CISA and the Africa Centre - see further images here
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