An exhibition by artist Marcus Neustetter
Marcus Neustetter explores archeological and cosmological mysteries in his quest for meaning. His artistic investigations focus on the spaces in-between, within and between these disciplines. The artist uses light as a medium for storytelling in his artistic practice. By inviting audiences from various communities across South Africa to engage with a variety of light-sources, he enables a playful interaction that ultimately culminates in a series of light and long-time exposure photographs and video work. These serve not as art objects in and of themselves, but rather as traces of local encounters in time and space. It is these artworks and additional sculptures made of the discarded Chinese light materials from his interventions that will be on display in the exhibition, Into the Light at Wits Art Museum.
Date: Saturday, 26 April 2016.
Time: 18h00 for 18h30
Address: Wits Art Museum, corner of Bertha (extension of Jan Smuts avenue) and Jorissen streets, Braamfontein, Johannesburg
Parking is available on the evening. Entrance left off Jorissen Street, just after Station Street intersection
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