Slow Violence

 

30 March - 23 May

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GREEN SCREEN

GALLERY OF UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH.

This is the opening speech by Wendy Woodward, Emeritus Professor in the English Department at the University of the Western Cape, an Animal Studies scholar and a poet:

Paradoxical Portraits

Duration: 3rd - 31st May 2016

 

Venue: GUS Gallery University Stellenbosch, Corner of Dorp & Bird Streets, Stellenbosch

 

Hours: Mon- Sun 10h00 – 17h00

 

Opening speaker: Prof. Wendy Woodward

 

Snacks and wine available

The 3rd Edition of the Green Screen book will be on sale

GREENSCREEN

 

Extended to Sunday
2 August 2015.

 

This exhibition at Durban Art Gallery will be opened by Virginia MacKenny on 14 May at 5:30pm in Gallery 1.

 

Snacks and wine available.

 

The 2nd edition of the Green Screen book will be on sale.

 

 

Janet Solomon on Green Screen exhibition

May 16, 2015 Interview on SABC Morning Live

 

Artist Janet Solomon's brainchild Green Screen exhibition cleverly explores reality and artifice, death and life by mirroring the use of the digital green backdrop as a metaphor for how aspects of life can be deleted, substituted, and influenced for an intended purpose.

Slow Violence

 

30 March – 23 May 2015

 

curated by

Hentie van der Merwe

 

GUS Stellenbosch University Art Gallery

 

Opening: Monday 30 March 18H30

 

The exhibition will be opened by Prof. Rob Nixon.

 

The Turbine Art Fair (TAF)  is a platform for galleries, artists, curators and other art organisations to promote emerging and established talents in an accessible and enjoyable way. In doing this the fair aims to promote new work and talent and to create a new art audience and collector base.

1st floor of the Origins Centre, WITS campus, Jorrisen Street, Johannesburg from the 7th November to the 31st of January 2015

 

The exhibition was opened by Prof. Karel Nel.

 

The Green Screen book is on sale at the Origins Shop.

 

Read a Review

 

Listen To Tamara Williams Classic FM interview

 

 

GREEN SCREEN

 

Green Screen is essentially a compendium, a visual weighing together of a series of photographs and my painterly endeavours, interspersed with more playful jotter sequences that articulate graphically the scaffolding of associations which underpin these works and which these works serve to question.

 

Click on the images below to see some pages from the 3rd edition of Green Screen.
It is a gutsier, braver version.

GREEN SCREEN

 

Green Screen is essentially a compendium, a visual weighing together of a series of photographs and my painterly endeavours, interspersed with more playful jotter sequences that articulate graphically the scaffolding of associations which underpin these works and which these works serve to question.

 

Click on the images below to see some of the pages of the book.