Group Exhibition// Cape Town/ April 2018

Curated by Heidi Salzwedel

UNLEAVENED

Group Exhibition | 

Dyman Gallery Stellenbosch 2020

Curated by Jonathan Griffiths and Amy Pike

A little leaven leavens the whole lump. 

 

We are malleable beings: kneaded, pressed and moulded by our ideas, rituals and practices as they work upon us and work through us. 

 

Leaven, the agent that causes dough to rise, provides a metaphor through which to view the work of young artists as they explore the presence and impact of culture, gender, politics and religion in their lives today.

Two weeks into the exhibition, the South African government initiated a national lock-down in response to the growing threat of COVID-19, and the exhibition had to be suspended. In these unexpected circumstances, the theme of the exhibition has acquired a deeper significance. We have experienced Passover in a tangible way, and the Biblical symbol of bread as provision, both physical and spiritual, is a reminder of our ultimate dependence upon God to meet our needs. 

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Elbie Visser | Installation view.

 

Elbie Visser | Raise | Oil on board

 

Elbie Visser | Relief | Oil on board

 

Elbie Visser | Precipice | Oil on board

 

Elbie Visser | Levare | Gouache on Paper

 

Elbie Visser | Quintessence | Oil Paint and Magnetite from the Namib Desert on Board

 

Lizelle Kirsten | Mater | Sycamore Wood and Copper

 

Lizelle Kirsten | Mater (Detail)

 

Lizelle Kirsten | Inverse | Cape Fig Wood

 

Lizelle Kirsten | Inverse (Detail)

 

Jana Visser | Contingency II | Bread Dough, Household Streing, Copper Pipping, Gravity, Time

 

Jana Visser | Passed III | Embossed Fabriano Rosaspina

 

Jana Visser Kneading Remains I-IV  | Oil Monotype on Fabriano Rosapina

 

Ydi Carstens | Waiting Room | Oil on Board

 

Nericke Labuschagne | Untitled I & II | Cement, Air Drying Clay, Steel Wool, Salt, Steel, Steel Netting

Maryke Van Velden | Mannin | Black Toner Transfer onto Fabriano

Maryke Van Velden | Ek Is | Die Bybel, 1953 & White Gouache

 

Mosa Anita Kaiser Installation View

 

Mosa Anita Kaiser | The Assumptions of Mary (Can these dry bones live?) II | Photograph
 

 

Mosa Anita Kaiser | The Assumptions of Mary (Can these dry bones live?) I | Photograph
 

 

Mosa Anita Kaiser | The Assumptions of Mary (Can these dry bones live?)  | Video
 

 

Aaron Samuel Mulenga |  Installation View  - Series of five photographs with food stations - Mats, Reed Baskets and Foods

 

Aaron Samuel Mulenga | Amaka 

Photograph - paired with basket containing salt

 

Aaron Samuel Mulenga | Agony in the Garden 

Photograph - paired with basket containing coffee beans

 

Aaron Samuel Mulenga | Communion

Photograph - paired with basket containing unleavened bread 

 

Aaron Samuel Mulenga | Jesu Christu

Photograph - paired with basket containing wine

 

Aaron Samuel Mulenga Trinity 

Photograph - paired with basket containing maize meal

 

Carmen Maria Titus | Installation View

 

Carmen Maria Titus | Stones for Bread I | Photograph

 

Carmen Maria Titus | Stones for Bread II | Photograph

 

Carmen Maria Titus | Stones for Bread V | Photograph

 

Carmen Maria Titus | Stones for Bread VI | Photograph

 

Bronwen Salton Installation View

 

Bronwen Salton Divide and Conquer: Jerusalem Wall of Separation Israel-Palestine I-III | Linocut Print on Fabriano 

 

Sonia Kloppers | The Sign of Jonah | Engraving on Slate Panels

 

Ntobeko Mjijwa Death in the Room | Oil Paint on Canvas

 

Marieke Kruger Emergence I | Charcoal on Fabriano

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