About a year and a half ago, Berlin based online contemporary African art journal did a review and interview with me on the exhibition and book, ‘Call and Response’. Both can be found between pages 142 and 146 on the link; http://www.savvy-journal.com/savvy_edition4/index.html
This article was published in the December 2011 issue of Umlando which is the heritage publication of Ethekwini Municipality, to coincide with the showing of my exhibition ‘Convergence’ at the KwaMuhle Museum, which falls under the municipality. Follows:
The exhibition ‘Convergence’ consists of two bodies of work from my photographic career; ‘The Hidden Years’ and ‘In Camera’. ‘The Hidden Years’, consists of a series of images which show aspects of society in KwaZulu-Natal, which I felt was ignored or given little attention. The exhibition was shown at the KwaMuhle Museum in 1995, and the entire show was acquired by the museum at the time. It has been my great pleasure to have this work in KwaMuhle’s collection since it has been given exceptional exposure through the museum.
‘In Camera’ was produced in conjunction with the Apartheid Archive Study Project (www.apartheidarchive.org) in 2009, and looks at South African society, focusing particularly on KwaZulu-Natal and elements of apartheid which continue to manifest in our society to this day. Continue reading
The exhibition I created for PACSA, ‘People Live Here’ can be viewed on their website at the following address; http://www.pacsa.org.za/pacsa-media/345-pacsa-photograph-exhibition-people-live-here-20-years-into-democracy
This work will show in Berlin later this year.