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"Liminal Identities in the Global South" at the JCAF in South Africa

3 August 2021 – 29 January 2022

No 1 Durris Road
Forest Town 2193
Johannesburg South Africa

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Joburg Contemporary Art Foundation

Liminal Identities in the Global South explores hybridity and resistance in the artistic practices of seminal women artists from Latin America, alongside artists from the MENA region, the African diaspora and South Africa. The exhibition considers heterogeneous forms of expression across art, architecture and music, from the 1960s to the present. Given the impact of Covid-19, the pandemic body is a second curatorial thread running through the exhibition. The pandemic has placed many of us in a state of limbo or liminality, so that we are caught between a pre-Covid-19 world and one in which we imagine a better future.

The exhibition is divided into five areas: Prelude, Requiem, Movements I, II and III. Each area is conceptualised according to a musical tempo, either moderate, fast or slow, denoting a time-based experience of the exhibition.


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