Powerful meditations on identity, race, gender and class. Using various multimedia forms, sculptural installations, and contrasting variations the artist Bayeté Ross Smith creates really challenges the observer on so any levels. The sound installations are fascinating and make me really miss the days of boomboxes and the many owned over the years.
The Sound of Silence, a major installation work by acclaimed New York based artist, architect and filmmaker Alfredo Jaar. Jaar’s works often address issues around how Africa is represented in the media. This particular work takes, as its point of departure, South African photographer Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize winning photograph of a starving child being stalked by a vulture in Sudan (2006).
via ALFREDO JAAR AT WAM | JoziLife