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 homepage image: detail of Studio Visit by Lara Feldman

SOME IMAGES FROM Description Without Place

Description without Place will be opens at 6 pm on June 22nd and is viewable from 10 am to 4 pm on the 24th - 26th.

The exhibition takes its title from the Poem by Wallace Stevens, as encountered in the context of Alain Badiou's theory of contemporary art: https://lacan.com/symptom12/drawing.htmlhttps://www.lacan.com/issue22.php. The conflict between being and appearance takes the central place in his philosophy, a relationship particularly fraught in the history (and more so in the  present) of representational art. It is this dynamic, as well as Badiou's declaration that the imperative of contemporary art is to speak the unspeakable, or give shape to that which exists as of yet unrecognized, that provides the framework for the presentation of works produced for the show or curated from the archives.

 

Participating artists include: Loraine Boyle, Di Burger, Clare Burgess, Hory Bwens, Bronwen Carr, Douglas Gimberg, Andrew Graham, Lindy von Hasselt, Leroux Hofmeyr, Georgina Jaffee, Colin Kahanovitz,  Lungisa Kala, James de Knoop, Michelle Kuttel, Zsuzsa Kandra, Suzanne Leighton, Barbara Lewis, Jeff Liss, Nøde, Jeanne Pfaff, Conrad Pienaar, Otto du Plessis, Trevor Potter, Cindy Postlethwayt, Emil Rutenberg, Andre Serfontein, Yoram Shabat, Christine Silkstone,  Adrienne Silva, Anthony Smith, Evon Smuts, Benjamin Stanwix, Johan Steyn, Stanislaw Trzebinski, Lynette Varkel, Andre Vlok, Jenna Wessels, Paul Whelan, Melanie Widan and others.

SOME IMAGES FROM InSitu

InSitu is a Woodstock based creative space: primarily a site of production in the fine arts of drawing, painting and sculpture, we also host shows and art related events. Formalised in 2019 out of a desire to create a independent/communal studio and exhibition space for a dynamic group of artists, and as a home for the Untitled teaching practice. Part of the vision was for an environment that invites interaction between artists and those with a desire to have art as a part of their lives, beyond the austere environments of the commercial gallery or the museum. Come visit.