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Work in progress. Done during the stay in Johannesburg, February 2020.View more
Samuel Mgolombane “The Eternety lasts no longer then 12 rounds“ / 100x70cm / linocut
Manipulation of everyday time stream for the benefit of its participants, resulting in consequential decay of existing social norms represents the corruption of time.
Corruption of time is a form of deviant behavior that can take various forms depending on an entire series of influences from culture, religion, and other factors. These forms might include, without being limited to specific flows of time in some parts of the world which are inconsistent with those from the rest of the world; subjective approximation of what has been the past, based on the point of view of the present moment; reconstructing the time (past) and making some people to be forgotten completely by manipulating the time and/ or deleting any material belongings and shreds of evidence from the life of such people; not accepting the problems of the time we are living. Other reality-based examples of corruption of time might be reporting a larger than the necessary amount of time to complete a work-related activity; using the time dedicated to working for other purposes (more or less productive) – “another day, another dollar” principle; interrupting other people from a certain activity while telling them tales; interrupting other people from a certain activity while giving them other tasks (every time there is something more important and more pressing to be done).
Kasja Jerlagić was born in Sarajevo, 22.05.1996, where she continues to live and not work. She’s the founder of the ODRON collective, an illustrator and community organizer. email@example.comView more
Judy Woodborne is a master printmaker working in Capetown, South Africa. She runs an Intaglio studio in Lower Main Road, Salt River, South Africa. The work was produced is a collaboration with Goran Denić in Capetown, 2020. firstname.lastname@example.orgView more
The performance Nothingness for sale took part at Belgrade Cultural Center, Serbia, 2019. This was a part of a larger project titled Artist is present. Jusuf Hadžifejzović was born 1956 in Prijepolje, working and living in Sarajevo, one of the founders of Yugoslav Documenta. email@example.comView more
The work was made in a series of performance/installation titled Qui A Tue Bambi? in 1997. Samuel Mgolombane was born out of extreme poverty in South African township Nyanga in 1966. He became famous for winning a competition SANG in 1996 Flags by Artists when...View more
Dear friends and colleagues, we need your help in creating Illustrated Guide through Corruption for Beginners. Please send works until June 15th, 2020 to firstname.lastname@example.org in any of the following formats: Jpg (CMYK) or BMP 300 dpi; 30cm x 40cm or 25 x 50cm Pictograms in up...View more