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Other Stories

Sharlene Khan
Other Stories, 2011. mixed media .

'Other Stories'

Sharlene Khan at Gallery MOMO

Sharlene Khan's latest body of work stems from her work and interactions with informal traders in and around Johannesburg. Khan conducted a series of interviews with traders who, as migrants and refugees, are forced to eke out livelihoods in the inforamal sector, despite many being educated up to tertiary level. The interviews were transcribed onto the surfaces of canvases, after which Khan painted images of the street traders, finally embroidering the canvas surfaces.

31 March - 30 April



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