Berlin to Bulawayo: In Conversation with South African artist Thabiso Sekgala
In his photographs, Thabiso Sekgala explores the relationship between geography and social identity. He gives his series allusive, meditative titles, and his formal approach to composition is quiet but precise. Working consistently with square-framed, medium format film, he displays a sharpened consideration of geometry, illustrated by aspects in the landscape such as shadows, the painted guidelines on a street, architectural structures, and repetitive details.
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SOURCE | ANOTHERAFRICA.NET
Images courtesy of Thabiso Sekgala and The Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg and Cape Town. All rights reserved.
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