#ArtMyJozi is a place-making through art initiative implemented along the transit-orientated development corridors in Johannesburg.
As partners in the International Symposium on Electronic Art in Durban, The Trinity Session facilitated the artistic direction and implementation of the cultural program 23-30 June 2018.
The Trinity Session is realizing a series of large-scale artworks throughout the new Leonardo building in Sandton. The Artworks Program will realize a series of statement pieces from local artists and crafters into early 2019.
Directed by Stephen Hobbs and Marcus Neustetter, The Trinity Session (founded 2001) is a contemporary art production team defined by exchanges with their home city Johannesburg, in relation to Africa and similar developed / developing contexts. Key activities include; temporary interventions and performances, in addition to producing and curating large scale exhibitions and public art programs.
Concerned with context specific technology applications and site-‐specific social practices, the artistic output of Hobbs/Neustetter guided by issues of urban decay, xenophobia and public access, results in live actions and video documentation works and varied medium and large scale building projects.
TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF ART, Alex Township, Johannesburg, Performance intervention, single channel HD video projection, 2012