Johannesburg, April 11: UJ Arts & Culture PhD candidate Farieda Nazier challenges museum discourse through a personal response to archival displays of apartheid history and inspires shared narratives in post-apartheid South Africa.
Farieda will launch an exhibition entitled Post Present Future which includes walkabouts and workshops, at the Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg on 20 April.
She hopes the exhibition will create a space and opportunity to engage, voice and process the lived experiences of racism, patriarchy, violence and classism in post-apartheid South Africa.
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By Ziyanda Yono
Original writer: Sithandile Mpofu