Event Tag: Wits

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]

The term ‘readymade’ was first used by the French artist Marcel Duchamp to refer to artworks that were made from found objects, like a urinal and a shovel. This exhibition examines the use of the found object – fragments or complete items that have been altered or joined to other objects to create a diverse […]

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]

The term ‘readymade’ was first used by the French artist Marcel Duchamp to refer to artworks that were made from found objects, like a urinal and a shovel. This exhibition examines the use of the found object – fragments or complete items that have been altered or joined to other objects to create a diverse […]

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]

The term ‘readymade’ was first used by the French artist Marcel Duchamp to refer to artworks that were made from found objects, like a urinal and a shovel. This exhibition examines the use of the found object – fragments or complete items that have been altered or joined to other objects to create a diverse […]

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]

The term ‘readymade’ was first used by the French artist Marcel Duchamp to refer to artworks that were made from found objects, like a urinal and a shovel. This exhibition examines the use of the found object – fragments or complete items that have been altered or joined to other objects to create a diverse […]

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]

The term ‘readymade’ was first used by the French artist Marcel Duchamp to refer to artworks that were made from found objects, like a urinal and a shovel. This exhibition examines the use of the found object – fragments or complete items that have been altered or joined to other objects to create a diverse […]