26 Indian city names that have changed since independence are represented through 52 pages with cutouts
A wall painting connecting the names of the two legal systems that were merged into the Indian Penal Code
Multiple layers of cut card showing various version of Indian city names pre and post independence, overlap and obscure eachother
A database of 205 Indian Penal Code illustrations randomly combined with 400 of the most popular Indian and British names.
A comparison between two different literatures, a key line of the Minute on Indian Education speech is reconfigured.
Everyday life scenarios creating infinite short circuit situations that might have existed or still exist within our post colonial times.
Puts into relation the current reality of Johannesburg’s urban space with the historical events that led to its creation over 125 years ago.
60 tons of dynamite standing on a railway siding ignited in Braamfontein in 1896, a few weeks later no trace of the event was left.