Morning: 11:00 - 12:30
Afternoon: 14:30 - 16:00
Entrance R450 (infants – under 2years - free)
Due to COVID, the venue is strictly limited to 500 people (incl children). We are unfortunately unable to accommodate a reduced children’s ticket price.
Lunch at ‘And then there was fire…’ (separate booking essential – andthentherewasfire.com) or take your pick from gourmet food-stalls in the Water Pavilion
Lounge Bar in the Lawn Pavilion
Performances & Appearances by
Buhlebezwe Siwani (SA) & Lhola Amira (SA)
Venue: The poplar bowl & forest.
There is a connective tissue that runs through our collective veins, it seeps through the porous
dimensions of human existence. It indwells in our bones and aims to find an expression that binds
rather than separates. In times of such uncertainty we are forced to shift, introspect and challenge
the deviated hierarchical structures, through a lens of connectivity and wholeness.
Margins of Error brings together a multi-faceted exhibition where borders, edges and self reflexivity
is the common thread of inquisition throughout this multi media exhibition comprising sculpture,
performance, painting, digital art and horticulture asks us to rethink the devastating consequences
of exclusionary policies and practice.’
The Real DMZ Project - a contemporary art project based on research conducted on the DMZ
(Demilitarized Zone) in South Korea arrives, for the first time in Africa, alongside That Hidden Thread
- a conceptual bridge across the African continent.
“It brings together artists from South Korea, Morocco and South Africa, in a joint attempt to
confound the bitterness latent in a reactionary desire to destroy compassion, arrest human
movement, and defy growth. A margin of error is designed to absorb a shortfall or contradiction in
the event of a miscalculation or change in circumstance. Conceptually and practically flexible, it
supposes the great likelihood that mistakes occur. As a principle, a margin of error is democratic,
despite the cynicism that is also fixed to it. However, what a margin of error constitutively
acknowledges is that life – politics, economics, art – is variable. There are no absolute guarantees,
there is only infinite possibility, whether good or ill, which can as easily transform hell into heaven,
heaven into hell.” Ashraf Jamal.
Yamou ABDERRAHIM (MAR), Lhola AMIRA (SA), Youness ATBANE (MAR), Seung Woo BACK (KOR),
Hye Ryeong CHO (KOR), Daejin CHOI (KOR), Soyoung CHUNG (KOR), Jessica DOUCHA (SA), Amine El
GOTAIBI (MAR), Kyungah HAM (KOR), Michele MATHISON (SA/ZWE), Marco MIEHLING (GER), Sethembile MSEZANE (SA), Chan-Kyong PARK (KOR) Mary SIBANDE (SA), Buhlebezwe SIWANI (SA),
Chris SOAL (SA), Sookyung YEE (KOR), Kyung Jin ZOH (KOR), Adrián VILLAR ROJAS (ARG)