Scripto-visual, a neologism that comes from the combination of image and textual work, is a continuation of Meleko Mokgosi’s investigations regarding the links between these two elements in relation to the politics of representation. The artist will present a set of small and large works that are paired with different kinds of text; from poems to theoretical texts that deal with a variety of topics ranging from history to issues about the daily-lived experiences of particular sections of the population both in the United States and in southern Africa.
In Conversation: Meleko Mokgosi and Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi, curator in the department of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art.
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