Jay Pather presents on Cape Town public art festival Infecting the City
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Jay Pather presents on the Cape Town public art festival, Infecting the City: Public art has always been part of who we are on this continent and in this country. The interconnectedness of the African ...

Jay Pather presents on the Cape Town public art festival, Infecting the City: Public art has always been part of who we are on this continent and in this country. The interconnectedness of the African “us” has often been impeded however, throwing people apart and far away from each other, creating a physical and psychic separation. Infecting the City is a small attempt at igniting this interconnectedness through artistic expression, making public space public.

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Jay Pather presents on Cape Town public art festival Infecting the City Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Public ArtInfecting the City Festival Cape Town
  • 2. • Public Art not new• Interconnectedness amongst people• Art out of galleries and theatres• Audience development• Re-imagining of the city• Extraordinary in the ordinary
  • 3. Some basic principles• Open call for visual and all performing arts• Matching performance to sites• No set theme• New and restaged works• High Quality Production values• Free of charge• Continuous programmes over a week• Afternoon and evening• Performances follow each other: Routes mapping the city with art
  • 4. Invigorating the city
  • 5. Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra
  • 6. Jazzart Dance Theatre
  • 7. Diana Page Company
  • 8. UCT Opera
  • 9. Cape Town City Ballet
  • 10. Jacki Job
  • 11. Justin Krawitz
  • 12. Flash Mob Choir
  • 13. Cape Town Youth Orchestra
  • 14. Lean Coetzer
  • 15. L
  • 16. Victorine Muller
  • 17. Erin Bosenberg
  • 18. Installations
  • 19. Social Relevance
  • 20. LandThe Callings– Nicole Sarmiento, Memory Biwa,and Tazneem Wentzel
  • 21. Gloria Mbhele
  • 22. SKIN AND SURFACE: Abdul Rashid Olanyi
  • 23. SKIN AND SURFACE: Abdul Rashid Olanyi
  • 24. SKIN AND SURFACE: Abdul Rashid Olanyi
  • 25. Land• SELLO PESA AND VAUGHN SADIE teka munyika (Tsonga for give and take)
  • 26. LandJULIA RAYNHAM PHYLUM AND PHOENIX
  • 27. Land• NICOLA HANEKOM LOT
  • 28. Land• MANDLA MBOTHWE UVUKO! Resurrection
  • 29. • Athi Patra Ruga: Illulwane
  • 30. Public Participation
  • 31. Leonard Shapiro
  • 32. Isgak Stemmert
  • 33. Jacques Coetzee
  • 34. Public Policy Conference
  • 35. Playfulness and Innovation
  • 36. PLAY: Lean Coetzer
  • 37. PLAY: Leila Anderson and Stan Wannett
  • 38. Owning the city
  • 39. Value in a nutshell• New Audiences• Interaction – formal/informal• Awareness of city as lived space• Invigorating the Architecture• Appreciation of art• Sense of History, belonging• Sharing Communal experiences
  • 40. Challenges• Wider Access• Transportation• Public Art Policy• Maintaining Quality• Funding