/ past projects

/ Joburg Tracks: Sexuality in the City / 2008

With funding from the CWCI, Joburg Tracks was a site-specific exhibition that looked at Johannesburg and its history through the lens of its gay and lesbian inhabitants, as seen from the vantage point of Constitution Hill and constitutional equality. Using extraordinary archive and photographs by David Goldblatt, Zanele Muholi, Sabelo Mlangeni and others, the exhibition focused on eight people, ranging from Edgar Dlamini, a 70-year-old married Sowetan, to Vanya Maseko, a 24-year-old transsexual model. Curated by Mark Gevisser and designed by Clive van den Berg

Produced in collaboration with TRACE and Constitution Hill. Curated by Mark Gevisser with Zethu Mathebeni. Designed by Clive van den Berg with The Library

Tel: +27 82 554 0747 (Lauren) / +27 82 335 4586 (Clive)