“… she finds not her sum but her differences: a project in parts” I’m presenting new work on a group show at gallery, gallery in Johannesburg.
Curated by Sara-Aimee Verity and Chloë Reid, and featuring work by
JABU NADIA NEWMAN
LAUREN VON GOGH
The project involves a number of discrete practices that will occupy the space of the gallery between
November 2019 and February 2020. While some work will be exhibited
throughout the period, other contributions to the project will be
developed and collapsed in the space. Part exhibition, part
practice-based research, …she finds not her sum but her differences considers relationships between reading, plurality, correspondence, memory and invention.
1. Hélène Cixous, “The Laugh of the Medusa,” Translated by Keith Cohen and Paula Cohen, Signs 1, No. 4. (Spring 1967): 883.