‘Performance Obscura’ (2012), ‘Making Way: Contemporary Art from South Africa and China’ exhibition curated by Ruth Simbao at the National Arts Festival. The performance took place on the streets of Grahamstown in the vicinity of the 19th century camera obscura and the ‘Anglo-Boer War’ memorial. Video: Mark Wilby.
Doung Anwar Jahangeer
Doung Anwar Jahangeer performing “The Other Side with the Matebese Family” at the Making Way exhibition at the National Arts Festival curated by Ruth Simbao
Randolph Hartzenberg performing “Three Days” at the Making Way exhibition at the National Arts Festival curated by Ruth Simbao
Joseph Coetzee, Ivy Kulundu-Gotz, Simone Heymans and Chiro Nott, ‘Everse’ (2014), part of the 'Blind Spot' collection of performances curated by Ruth Simbao for the National Arts Festival. Victoria Primary School in Grahamstown. Video by Mark Wilby.
Mbali Khoza performing “What difference does it make who is speaking?” for Blind Spot at the National Arts Festival, curated by Ruth Simbao(2014)
Athi-Patra Ruga performing “The Future White Woman of Azania” at the Making Way exhibition at the Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, curated by Ruth Simbao (2013)
Mohau Modisakeng’s “Barongwa” performed by Sikhumbuzo Makandula for Blind Spot at the National Arts Festival, curated by Ruth Simbao (2014)