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Happening at DAVID KRUT PROJECTS this February

Happening at DAVID KRUT PROJECTS this February

David Krut Projects | 142 Jan Smuts Avenue Parkwood

Saturday, 22 February 2020 10:30 AM Wayfinding Walkabout with Nina Torr

David Krut Projects is hosting a walkabout with the artist for the current solo exhibition ‘Wayfinding’ by Nina Torr.

 Join us at 142 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood on Saturday, 22 February 2020 at 10:30 AM for an exclusive walkabout with Nina Torr. The exhibition opened on 25 January 2020 and will be ending on the 22nd of February 2020. This is the last opportunity to see Torr’s solo exhibition – ‘Wayfinding’ – and hear the inside scoop directly from the artist.

 The show comprises a selection of two-dimensional works made using a variety of media, including drawing, painting, collage and printmaking, and follows on the heels of Torr’s Masters Dissertation – ‘Making Sense: Tacit and Explicit Knowledge in the Creative Process.’ Nina Torr’s work invites the viewer to take up the mantle of explorer in her imagined worlds.

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David Krut Projects | 142 Jan Smuts Avenue Parkwood

Thursday, 27 February 2020  | 6 PM

Internal Probes by Pebofatso Mokoena

David Krut Projects is pleased to present Internal Probes, a solo exhibition by Pebofatso Mokoena, comprising new unique mixed media works made using silkscreen, drawing and collage; editioned works; and large-scale painting. The exhibition will run from 27 February until 4 April 2020

If you have ever been in the Joburg CBD on a Friday afternoon at 5pm, this exhibition will feel familiar to you. At that time of day, every person in the city seems to be on their way somewhere. Within the frenzy of vehicles and bodies, unfettered chaos is the overriding force. Whatever rules may exist to manage the orderly movement of people and vehicles give way to flux. All moving parts are directed by responses – individual and as a group – to the apparent ungovernability of the street-level commotion.

Mokoena is a public transport user and, therefore, is privy to a certain understanding of the movement of people from one locus of activity to the next – from the suburban centres where many people live, focused on a more domestic reality, to the urban hubs where people work, shop, and otherwise play out their civil lives, and all the points in between. In this body of work, Mokoena has drawn on both experience and research to develop a visual language that taps into different aspects of moving between these places.

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