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A Little After This

Introductory interviews from the A Little After This, an exhibition at A4 Arts Foundation.

You to Me, Me to You

An excerpt from a conversation with Dayanita Singh, Josh Ginsburg, and Francisco Berzunza held online in preparation for the You to Me, Me to You exhibition at A4 Arts Foundation.


Introductory essay by curator Khanya Mashabela for Common, an exhibition at A4 Arts Foundation.

The Future is Behind Us

An abridged conversation between Tarik Yildirim and Josh Ginsburg in preparation for The Future Is Behind Us, an exhibition at A4 Arts Foundation.


Extract from an ongoing conversation between Josh Ginsburg and Sumayya Vally in preparation of Customs, an exhibition at A4 Arts Foundation.

Sounding the Void

What kind of generative opportunity lies in the act of tactful listening?

In What is it to Listen? curator Bhavisha Panchia proposes that how we listen, determines what we hear. We Killed the President – a triptych of micro fictions written by Bongani Kona conjures an unnamed dictatorship; the soundtrack of a coup located in the everywhere. Together, the essays probe the poetic, speculative and critical capacity of sound and listening.

Spreads Like Wildfire

The essays Risk and Responsibility by Anna Hartford and A Strange Luminescence by Hedley Twidle appear in Risk in Writing to be published by A4 Press, a collection of responses to the exhibition Risk at A4 Arts Foundation. The anthology assembles poetry, prose, and musical composition and includes contributions by Kathryn Smith, Bongani Kona, Derek Gripper, Siphokazi Jonas, Toni Stuart, Bill Nasson, and is edited by Sara de Beer, with book design by Ben Johnson. Risk in Writing asks after artworks as prompts towards further artistic research and creative production.