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Sunday, August 18 • 9:15am - 10:15am
The Historical, Political and Societal Relevance of Lace

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Kim Lieberman has been making lace since 2006. The history of lace shows that it has been part of political, social, societal and economic environments. Lieberman has transposed these aspects into a more relevant context, looking at Africa and our world today - from framing the heads of Thuli Madonsela, Yvonne Makgoro and Albie Sachs in contemporary works, to making Ruth Bader Ginsberg a lace collar which RBG wears as a political, feminist statement.

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Kim Lieberman

Kim, a conceptual artist, has had solo exhibitions at galleries including the Goodman Gallery, Gallery AoP and Esso Gallery (New York) and has been shown in group exhibitions nationally and internationally. In 2017, she installed two street-long public sculptures in Maboneng and in... Read More →

Sunday August 18, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am PDT
Room 11

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