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The exhibition is dedicated to the series Structures, one of the major bodies of works by Goldblatt.
Curated by Gordon Froud, senior lecturer at the University of Johannesburg (), it incorporates a broad range of works by established and emerging South African artists addressing their experiences of the first twenty years of democracy in this country.
The documentary marks the moment when we finally turn the lens on this shrewd witness to social change in South Africa and document his remarkable contribution to photography, both locally and on an international scale.
It is the second film in an ongoing documentary series on major SA artists that I conceptualised ten years ago, starting with a film on William Kentridge and Marlene Dumas in conversation in 2010.’ Jabulani Dhlamini, David Goldblatt and Thabiso Sekgala are included in , which profiles the biennales, art spaces and educational workshops that are changing the shape of photography across Africa today.
The exhibition is a collation and juxtaposition of historical and contemporary works, all viewed through a responsive, documentary lens.
As these repetitions and recognitions accumulate over time they come to bear on signifiers such as monuments, monumentality and iconoclasm, secrets and lies, the rise and fall of ideas, culture, cultivation, movement and mobility.