Oxfam South Africa Reclaiming Power: Womxn and Intersecting Inequalities Exhibition Walkabout

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Told through a black feminist lens, this exhibition showcases numerous contemporary artworks, alongside archives and innovative mixed-media, video and sound installations, complementing the recently published 2020 Inequality Report by Oxfam South Africa. (Photo: Oxfam South Africa/ Supplied)
Told through a black feminist lens, this exhibition showcases numerous contemporary artworks, alongside archives and innovative mixed-media, video and sound installations, complementing the recently published 2020 Inequality Report by Oxfam South Africa. (Photo: Oxfam South Africa/ Supplied)

Join Oxfam South Africa for a walkabout of the exhibition: Reclaiming Power: Womxn and Intersecting Inequalities

It takes place this Saturday 5 December 2020 (10am – 12pm) at The Worker’s Museum in Newtown Johannesburg.

Told through a black feminist lens, this exhibition showcases numerous contemporary artworks, alongside archives and innovative mixed-media, video and sound installations, complementing the recently published 2020 Inequality Report by Oxfam South Africa. You are invited to delve further into a broadened understanding of the various kinds of inequality and how they continue to persist – supported by an inflexible economic structure that is still seeped in a core foundation of capitalism.

Told through a black feminist lens, this exhibitio
Told through a black feminist lens, this exhibition showcases numerous contemporary artworks, alongside archives and innovative mixed-media, video and sound installations, complementing the recently published 2020 Inequality Report by Oxfam South Africa. (Photo: Oxfam South Africa/ Supplied)

Artists featured:

Mary Sibande

Sydelle Willow Smith

Tommy Motswai

Sethembile Msezane

Lucas Ledwaba

Thandiwe Tshabalala

Basani Baloyi

Fezile Twala

Simangaliso Sibiya

Juliet Kamanga

Zinhle Njapha

Zandile Tshabalala

Please wear a mask and sanitise.

For more details, contact:

Phumi.t@gmail.com or Akona.Zibonti@oxfam.org.za

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