At the Stellenbosch Triennale, an exhibition of art that happens every three years, the current exhibition of work by Pan-Africanist artists re-creates the colonial and apartheid-era city of Stellenbosch in an attempt to see how art can make change and bring healing.
“It’s beautifully audacious,” [the slam poet Adrian “Diff” van Wyk] said. “This place just needs disruption, constant disruption.”
This is a powerful video on what is communicated through images and texts. The focus here is on the media, specifically The New York Times. But there are many parallels one could find here with textbooks, lectures, works of art in museums.
“Rewriting Racist Headlines,” Alexandra Bell, The New Yorker, 5/24/18