THE TRINITY SESSION

CURRENT - ART MY JOZI

ABOUT ART MY JOZI

With an emphasis on community level co-production and collective participatory design processes, the artworks programme seeks to enliven the streets of Johannesburg with a refreshed approach to place making in the city and its neighbourhoods.  More info: see the below PDF, Face Book, Twitter and Instagram

OPEN CALL

OPEN CALL FOR ART WORK

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EVENTS

Creative events are pop-ups created and hosted by local artists in each community, a public platform to share stories and ideas about the neighbourhood.

SEPTEMBER 9th NOORDGESIG SEPTEMBER 16th BRIXTON SEPTEMBER 23rd ORANGE GROVE 

Focus: NOORDGESIG

Next NOORDGESIG activation: SEPTEMBER 9th  

Focus: BRIXTON

Next BRIXTON activation: SEPTEMBER 16th  

Focus: ORANGE GROVE

Next ORANGE GROVE activation: SEPTEMBER 23rd  

About The Trinity Session

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.   

Featured work: 

TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF ART, Alex Township, Johannesburg, Performance intervention, single channel HD video projection, 2012

254 Albertina Sisulu Street, Johannesburg, 2094, South Africa

ts@onair.co.za
 

Stephen Hobbs : +27 (0) 82 897 7498 : sh@onair.co.za
Marcus Neustetter : +27 (0) 82 929 1569 : mn@onair.co.za