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Unravelling the Lines of Latitude

Megan Bonnetard
Unravelling the Lines of Latitude, installation ,

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Dutch Ink
Untitled, Reverse Graffiti ,

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48b Florida road Morningside Durban 4001 (next door to Ike's books)

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Various artists at The Collective

The COLLECTIVE presents seven young, contemporary Belgian artists on invitation by artist Riaan van Jaarsveldt (ZA). The show was conceived as an opportunity to introduce the Durban public and local artists to the Belgian art scene. The participating artists are: Wouter Van der Hallen, Tomas Boiy, Ben Van den Berghe, Oscar Hugal, Kristof van Gestel, Joris Van de Moortel, Timothy Segers

 

The premise of the show is strictly shaped around the logistical and budgetary constraints of such an exercise as a means to bridge these obvious obstacles, thereby transforming them into content/material. Therefore the artists were each requested to submit instructions to make an artwork for a show entitled 'In The Artists’ Absence', each of which will be interpreted and performed/created by van Jaarsveldt (of course within budgetary constraints). The artists have been given complete carte blanche as to how they may issue their instructions. Alongside his or her instruction pieces, each artist will have the opportunity to make a limited edition print assisted and facilitated by Tomas Boiy at his Antwerp, Belgium studio. 


13 February 2012 - 03 March 2012

Various artists at The Collective

The first show of 2012 at the COLLECTIVE presents a series of images by 'social photographers' Chait Mackintosh, Kyle Edwards, Lara Lee Ries, Lisa Stayt and Gareth Bargate. According to the gallery, the exhibition will 'feature South African social photography (band and general debauchery), night and day'.

23 January 2012 - 11 February 2012

Various artists at The Collective

artSPACE Durban's Annual Affordable Art Show continues its initiative called the COLLECTIVE with a maximum sale price for works at R1500. The exhibition includes paintings, street art, jewellery and used art books.

29 November 2011 - 21 January 2012

Megan Bonnetard at The Collective

Durban-based artist Megan Bonnetard's fabric installation explores the connection between maps and spiritual belief systems, both of which act as a means of navigation - a guide to help us find our way. According to the artist the installation 'cannot be viewed in its entirety but only in constantly changing views, and the viewer becomes part of the meaning of the work, with shifting viewpoints and perceptions'.

 

14 November 2011 - 25 November 2011

Various Artists at The Collective

'Follow your Art' celebrates the production and cultural influence of youth culture on skateboarding, graffiti, comics and design. The exhibition includes the work of over 50 artists, exploring diverse fields from album covers to 'zines,' skateboards to music.

05 September 2011 - 01 October 2011