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Lyndall Cain

Lyndall Cain works largely with the Honours in Curatorship students at the CCA and is interested in the intersection of education and curating. She is a writer of fiction and likes to look at curating as a creative process that spans all disciplines. 

She co-curated Erf 81: Two decades of living on the fringe (2017) with Professor Pippa Skotnes and Ticha Muvhuti

And worked on the following projects as a curatorial assistant, under Dr Siona O'Connell: Martyrs, Saints and Sell-outs (2013), Movie Snaps (2015), The Wynberg 7: An Intolerable Amnesia (2015) and An Impossible Return (2015). 

She's also run the following workshops: Objects and Narrative: A Creative Writing Workshop (2018) with Bongani Kona and Five Objects: A Local Issues in Curatorship Workshop (first in 2017, and again in 2018).

Reviews on her curatorial work: 

UCT News review by Robyn Walker.

Cape Times review by Danny Shorkend.