For the past few weeks I’ve been working with artist Liza Grobler and photographer Hannah Paton on HAWK (Hangklip Art Week). The aim of the event was to bring together artists from an urban environment (Cape Town) and rural environment (hangklip BAai) to exhibit and showcase work together outside of the gallery which has becoming a traditional space for viewing art. Without disempowering the idea the gallery HAWK aims to break to boundaries and make art more accesible to the public.
MORE PICTURES COMING SOON BUT JUST FOR NOW…
somewher along the R44 just before Pringle Bay.
follow the signs
Recently we ran a Faceless session in Woodstock with the help of Shani Judes of SJ Artists. She is currently running a project called Paste which aims to showcase art outside of a gallery context in different urban spaces. We recently ran a faceless session in the suburb of Woodstock in Cape Town with some of the design students from city varsity. This was the outcome
All photos Below taken by Richard Aaron
Faceless is an ongoing project that is exploring the concept of identity through participatory workshops with different groups of people of different ages from different cultures. The concept of Faceless was developed by myself, Paul Ward, and Rebecca Helman. Recently we carried out a workshop at a creche in Site B of Khayelitsha. Below are just a few photos of the event. More to follow soon.
Photos by Paul Ward.