TOUNGES - An Exhibition on Code Switching
BLACK DISCOURSE is a multidisciplinary studio and oral tradition incubator, curating from the global black experience.
We connect black conversation to the world, through experiential design and media production.
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Who: Nolan Oswald Dennis | Adrian Fortuin | Nathan Gates | Tzung-Hui Lauren Lee | Lebogang Mogul Mabusela (Monotypebabe) | Nabeeha Mohamed | Pebofatso Mokoena | Pule Ratsoma | Sitaara Stodel | Xhanti Zwelendaba
Where: The Gallery, 44 Stanley Avenue Braamfontein Werf Johannesburg, South Africa
When: 21 September, 2021 - TBA
Via The Gallery:
tongues brings together the work of 10 artists to think through the process of alternating from one language or code to another.
Borne out of necessity and applied as a means of gaining visibility and recognition within a social, political or professional context, code-switching is also exercised to tactical and creative ends.
This exhibition considers the ways in which code-switching becomes a means of expressing multiple subjectivities, recognising the loaded significance that the term carries in relation to language, race and class, and the direct implications it has for self-expression, social acceptance and identity
More information and a catalogue of works can be found here.
tongues is a project by gallery, gallery.