Anther test on 2018

Proposal: Biography: WORKS: Artist: Anther test on 2018 Title: , Medium: Size: H: W: D: Edition: 0 Price: R

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Ana Barroso

The film happens in the threshold between the material and the intangible as it asks for the viewer's unique perception and emotional engagement with what is (not) happening in the narrative. The video is at odds with the tendencies in video art and it deals mostly with time, a slow time that gets the viewer deep into images and possible meanings and feelings. The non-linear narrative breaks into fragments but to evoke the imaginary, something that moves us but we can't necessarily grasp or explain. In a way, it's a metaphysical experience. Technology brings up this paradox too: the most contemporary can also be an anachronism. The musical score was built to evoke both worlds, one as the reflection of the other: the surface and the deep in kind of sound alchemy.

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Chloƫ Reid

Chloƫ Reid is a South African artist currently considering her practice through a socio-physiological framework. Positioned between sociology, biology and psychology, this term refers to the relationship between a society and the habitual physical functions of individuals within that society. She uses film, writing and audio to pare down, repeat and create rhythmical descriptions of objects and actions in an attempt to locate a kind of politics in regular intuitive performance.

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Kopano Maroga

Proposal: I am Kopano Tiyana Maroga, a dance, theatre and performance artist; independent publication editor, arts writer and poet and social justice advocate. My artistic practice exists at the intersection of performance, the written and spoken word and social justice. The fulcrum of all my work is justice. I am motivated by the need for […]

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Sarah Kasher VideoArt

Proposal: Visual art is my passion. Film, too, is my passion. When the two worlds collide, maximum impact is found. As a visual artist at heart, my films are often more concept orientated rather than having a definite distinct message. To me, the beauty of visual art films lies in the fact that the viewer […]

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Samuel Jordan

Proposal: When I moved to cape town this year, I needed a place to stay whilst I studied at UCT. Luckily my sister and my father were also in need of a house to stay in. So as fate would have it we all moved in together. We had not lived under the same roof […]

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Vardit Goldner

Proposal: In my work I enter a different and personal territory. I’m curious about other people’s private lives and how they behave in different situations. I also explore relations between the individual and the group, and mine with them. I am mainly engaged in documentary still photography of people and animals with the photographed people […]

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Phoka Nyokong

Phoka's work is a documentary of current emerging social cultures. Using performance, installation, video and works on paper, he directs his critique at the state of confusion caused among society by our very own conflicting and shared aspirations. The work might take on a satirical or more serious turn, using devices such as irony and commentary to expose the tragedy of our highly contested existence.

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