Untitled, 2010, ink on sewn paper, 29 x 31″
New York based multidisciplinary artist Raymond Saá creates drawings on paper, cuts them up and then sews the pieces of paper together. Using charcoal and ink, Saá draws plants and fruits from his native country Cuba. The dramatic black and white along with the disjointed . . . → Read More: Drawings on sewn paper by Raymond Saá
“TLHOGO” performance, approx 3 hours 30 min, 2010
Performance artist Lerato Shadi uses knitting/crocheting, video, installation and sound to investigate themes of absence and presence, as well as the transformation of subject and object. She is a more traditional performance artist in that she lends her physical body to performances that last many hours.
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