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Studio Talks with Sukuma Mkhize
Workshop 3–24 July 2019
Ephemera from the ‘Studio Talks with Sukuma Mkhize’ exchange on A4’s top floor. Robert Williams’ telescope image ‘The HDF Team HST - The Hubble Deep Field : Looking back 10 billion years into the night sky’.
Ephemera: The Hubble Deep Field: Looking back 10 billion years into the night sky. Image courtesy of R. Williams, The HDF Team HST.
Title Studio Talks with Sukuma Mkhize Dates 3–24 July 2019 Location Top Floor Tagline A four-part investigation into astronomy, sound and art, co-ordinated by artist in residence Sukuma Mkhize. Credits

Sukuma Mkhize

Nicolaas van Reenen
David Brits
Jeff Murugan

Part 1
Music Notation & Sound Sculpture with Nicolaas van Reenen
3 July

Part 2
Astronomical Translation with Mia Thom
10 July

Part 3
Geometry into Sculpture with David Brits
17 July

Part 4
Physics & Geometry with Professor Jeff Murugan
24 July

Sukuma Mkhize is an astrophysicist, tutor in mathematics and physics, published writer and radio host. For the months of June and July 2019, Mkhize is artist in residence at A4 Arts Foundation, where he explores the intersection of astronomy and art. Mkhize's work transforms fundamental ideas in physics into sound and light sculpture.