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'Corner of the Eye' (2018)
'Corner of the Eye' (2018)
'Corner of the Eye' (2018)
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 'Corner of the Eye' (2018)
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'Corner of the Eye' (2018)

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Moshekwa Langa & Nora Schultz

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Corner of the Eye catalogues a collaborative pairing of works by Moshekwa Langa and Nora Schultz. It traces the process of exhibition – and art-making, beginning with a conversation between Josh Ginsburg of A4 Arts Foundation (Cape Town) and Léna Monnier of Kadist (Paris), and culminating in a gallery show. Corner of the Eye is at once a discrete catalogue and process document, pairing finished works with propositions, tangents and incidents.  
  
The book includes an exploratory essay by Stephanie Hessler.  
  
An extract from the introduction: 
  
“From an affinity between the work of Moshekwa Langa and Nora Schultz, to the production of their new installations, we witnessed how artists experimented from a series of reactions between materials conserving their ties to their places of origin. They resulted in two distinct proposals toward a cinematic component. 
  
An exhibition as a medium creates connections and ideas. It is a phenomenological object or experiment able to trigger thoughts and deductions. The AND between two works marks a new threshold where memory is not something abstract, personal, from the past, but a form alive that interacts directly with the world, as its role is to lead to action.” 
 
height 21cm | width 14cm | 79 pages
  
Moshekwa Langa lives and works between Johannesburg, Paris and Amsterdam, where he studied at the Rijksakademie from 1997-98. He has exhibited widely in group and solo shows, and participated in several biennales including Johannesburg, Istanbul, Havana, São Paulo, Gwanju, Venice and Lyon. 
  
Nora Schultz lives and works between Berlin and Cambridge, Massachusetts. In addition to artist, she is the Assistant Professor of Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. Schultz has performed at the Whitney Museum and Tate Modern, and exhibited internationally.