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Wearing where you are

Rina Stutzer
Wearing where you are, 2011. oil and patina on canvas .

'Dislodge Loswikkel'

Rina Stutzer and Angus Taylor at University of Johannesburg Art Gallery

Well-known South African sculptor, Angus Taylor, and painter, Rina Stutzer, deconstruct postmodern concerns and delve into aspects of this philosophy in their quest for answers to complex questions. This artist couple will present their first serious collaborative exhibition, which includes installations, sculpture and paintings at the UJ Art Gallery during July 2011.

The title of their most recent collaborative exhibition - 'Dislodge (Loswikkel)' - refers to a purposeful shifting from the safe haven of that which is known, and the need to escape from the stagnant to the uncomfortable head space where revitalisation can occur.

06 July - 27 July



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