Date: July 23, 2012

Author: ecachucho

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Dérive App at ‘Spontaneous Interventions’ – Venice Biennale 2012

Dérive App has been selected for ‘Spontaneous Interventions’ at the U.S. Pavilion for the 13th International Architecture Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia. Spontaneous Interventions is an archive of urban activities spanning built form, theory, games, web applications, artistic projects and many other formats. Find more on Spontaneous Interventions: Website // Twitter   Dérive App is an open source application that I created last year while on residency at the…

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Date: July 4, 2012

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A Beautiful Mess by Sean O’Toole

Clare Butcher invited Heman Chong on 6 February 2012 to produce a new work for this exhibition. Heman Chong met Eduardo Cachucho on 14 February 2012 in Paris. After a couple of discussions over the next few days, they decided that their project would be to invite a writer from South Africa to write a description of what he saw during the 1997 Johannesburg Biennal. They wrote to Clare about…

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Date: June 29, 2012

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Exhibition Opening – If A Tree… – Stevenson, Johannesburg

I have had the privilage of working with Heman Chong (Sinagapore) on a piece for the  exhibition If A Tree… curated by Clare Butcher. The show will open this coming thursday at the Stevenson, Johannesburg. Do come along if you are able to. The work will find its way to you soon, and will be posted online just before the opening. The exhibition opens on Thursday 5 July, from 6…

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Date: June 25, 2012

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Looking Glass – Closing Event

Glass, Johannesburg 2012 and 1886-1896. Walkabout and Discussion Saturday 30 June 2012, 14h00-16h00 Goethe on Main, Arts on Main. A catastrophic explosion in Braamfontein in 1896, the timely discovery of the gold cyanidation process in 1887, a conspiracy connecting the naming of Johannesburg after King Johannes of Portugal, the first surveyed drawings of Johannesburg, are moments in Johannesburg’s history that are unpacked, to take the form of a museographical display…

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