Monday, 12 April 2021
A response to 'Black Feminism, Scholarship and the Curatorial'

The Spiral Series talk “Imperial Fevers, Invisible Lives” by Dr Edna Bonhomme, shone light on the intersections between colonialism and Black health, the importance of Black feminism, traditional healing and curatorial practices in the area of medicine. This reflection will unpack the cruciality of each of these, with a view on the type of curatorial practices that should be pursued for Black health to thrive in the South African context.

Publication Date:
Fri, 09 Apr 2021 - 11:15
The Spirals series: Black Feminism, the Scholarly and the Curatorial on the 26th of March

The Centre for Curating the Archive is pleased to announce the fourth session of the Spirals virtual seminar series, titled 'Black Feminism, the Scholarly and the Curatorial'. Circulating ideas about art, art practise and archival engagement between two lively, dynamic, yet different global north and global south settings, the series draws Berlin based art practitioners, curators and scholars into a conversation with scholars and students based in Cape Town. 

Publication Date:
Wed, 17 Mar 2021 - 07:00
Some thoughts on Spirals: Data, Decoloniality and Digital Affordances

On 26 February 2021, the third session of the CCA Spirals virtual seminar series hosted the Berlin based multi-disciplinary and conceptual media artist Nora Al-Badri. Her works are research-based as well as para disciplinary and as much post-colonial as post-digital. 

Publication Date:
Wed, 17 Mar 2021 - 06:30
Register now for 'Uncovering: Women’s Invisible Labour in the Cape'

As part of the extended Under Cover of Darkness project, we present 'Uncovering: Women’s Invisible Labour in the Cape', an online symposium which will take place on Monday, 22 March 2020.

Publication Date:
Fri, 05 Mar 2021 - 12:30