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Kutti Collective artists contemplate South Africa's Indian heritage

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Talia Ramkilawan, Sorry we haven't talked in a while. I don’t hate you. I’m just not sure I exist anymore, 2020, Wool and cloth on Hessian.
Talia Ramkilawan, Sorry we haven't talked in a while. I don’t hate you. I’m just not sure I exist anymore, 2020, Wool and cloth on Hessian.

Githan Coopoo is a ceramic jeweller and a sartorial-based performance artist. Talia Ramkilawan is a tapestry artist and visual arts teacher

Both based in Cape Town, they are two of the nine artists and researchers who, in 2019, came together to form the Kutti Collective. 

With input from Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, the Kutti Collective contemplates and challenges historical and contemporary inclusions, erasures, identities and placements of South African Indians of Desi descent through visual, performance and written work. 

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