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View of Dineo Seshee Bopape's "〰️ [when spirituality was a baby]" at Collective, Edinburgh, 2018.
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Tom Jeffreys

At once named and unnamable, Dineo Seshee Bopape’s installation 〰️ gathers myriad references (astrology, classical sculpture, Afrodiasporic spiritual practices, the Anthropocene) and materials (soil and rocks, satin and spices, glass and plastic, charcoal, jute, feathers, clay). It weaves them together thrillingly, with gold wire, cotton thread, and lines scraped into... continue reading
“Jacob’s Ladder” and “Astronomy Victorious”

INGLEBY AND THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, Edinburgh

View of “Jacob’s Ladder” at Ingleby, Edinburgh, 2018.
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Crystal Bennes

In an episode of the experimental storytelling podcast Imaginary Advice, host Ross Sutherland reflects on the way cultures over the centuries have exaggerated the meaning of the moon, distorting it from astronomical body into an open, figurative channel. “The moon has a powerful gravitational field,” Sutherland says. “In poetry, the... continue reading

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