Archive: Issue No. 57, May 2002

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REVIEWS

Handspring Puppet Company

Basil Jones and Adrian Kohler of Handspring Puppet Company at work

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Sue Williamson

Sue Williamson
'From the Inside': Adeline
2002
Installation view

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Doreen Southwood

Doreen Southwood
White Light

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Bernice Stott

Bernice Stott
The Colours that Come Back to You from the World
2001
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CAPE

24.04.02 From fiction to fact and back again
Student review: Julia Tiffin's photographic installation 'Buried Alive' narrates the artist's personal 'processing' of intangible yet weighty memory. By Nikki Winward Cross
GAUTENG

15.05.02 A tip of the hat to Handspring
'Episodes', currently at the Gertrude Posel, not only offers fascinating insights into the arcane craft of puppetry, but guides the viewer through a significant piece of South African theatre history

15.05.02 There's life in protest art yet
Sue Williamson's 'From the Inside' project tackles South Africa's AIDS crisis head on - and proves that protest art still has a vital part to play in our evolving democracy

01.05.02 The heights of perfection
Doreen Southwood and Antoinette Murdoch find common ground in their identities as white, middle-class, Afrikaans-speaking women. Kathryn Smith views the results of their labours at Spark!

27.03.02 The structure of memory
The Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg rises to the considerable challenge of reclaiming South Africa's troubled past from the dustbin of history. Sean O'Toole's visit begins at Blood River

KWA-ZULU NATAL

01.05.02 Drawing on tradition
Drawing has dominated the NSA Gallery over the past weeks with some seriously fresh 'Doodles' and a finely crafted exhibition by Isabella Quattrocchi. Virginia MacKenny reviews

17.04.02 Medals and red helium balloons for all
Jay Pather's 'Cityscapes' is an example of the spirit of creative collaboration that makes Durban such an exciting place to live in, writes Peter Machen

INTERNATIONAL

01.05.01 Bodies of evidence
At the Studio Museum in Harlem, 'Africaine' recently showcased the works of four African-born women, including Candice Breitz and Tracey Rose, who use the female body as a vehicle of manipulation and departure. Laurie Ann Farrell reviews

17.07.01 Mainstream America meets Kentridge
Everyone in the US art scene should know who William Kentridge is thanks to a major retrospective tour of metropolitan museums. Laurie Ann Farrell views the show in Washington and New York

PUBLICATIONS

03.04.02 Light in dark places
The fourth art book in the Taxi series is a glossy black and white tribute to the work of Johannesburg-based photographer Santu Mofokeng. Sophie Perryer reviews
SUE WILLIAMSON'S DIARY

To Jo'burg to install 'From the Inside' at the Goodman Gallery, a visit to the Apartheid Museum, and Doreen Southwood and Antoinette Murdoch's 'Eksie Perfeksie' in progress

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