Droomboek, 2017 (detail)
Bronwyn Katz (b.1993, Kimberley, South Africa) graduated with a BFA from the Michaelis School of Art in 2015 and was awarded the Simon Gerson Prize. Katz’s oeuvre incorporates sculpture, installation, video and performance. Her solo exhibition, Groenpunt was held at blank projects in 2016, and she has participated in numerous group exhibitions, including the 12th Dak’Art Biennale (Senegal, 2016), The Quiet Violence of Dreams (Stevenson Gallery, Johannesburg, 2016), Figure and 3 881 days at blank projects (2016). Katz is a founding member of iQhiya, an 11-women artist collective which has performed across various spaces, including Greatmore Studios, the AVA Gallery, and Iziko South African National Gallery, with an upcoming performance at Documenta14. Katz lives and works between Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa.(text website artist)
Wasgoed Draad, 2017.
Koebye hoerikwaggo, 2017
Installation view, Palais de Tkoyo, 2018.
Sand kombers, 2016
Incorporating sculpture, installation, video and performance, Bronwyn Katz engages with the concept of land as a repository of memory, reflecting on the notion of place or space as lived experience, and the ability of the land to remember and communicate the memory of its occupation. Her wall-based wire sculptures are a continuation of her exploration into the charting of existing places and memories as well as imagined spaces, or dreamscapes, and with them she investigates the potential of her materials to serve as markers and representations of space and memory.(text Blank Projects)