The exhibition combines their reflections to contextualise how these artists frame and re-frame their social inheritances and lived experiences; things are not what they seem.
Aneesah Girie’s manipulated hijab material considers the representation of gendered Muslim personhood and domesticity. An indictment on South Africa’s relentless rape scourge, Zama Mwandla’s paintings draw on Japanese horror and erotic anime in her depictions of violent revenge fantasies. Meanwhile, Zenaéca Singh explores the history of indentured Indian labour in the sugarfields of KwaZulu-Natal.
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