“The Burning Museum(BM) is a collaborative interdisciplinary collective rooted in Cape Town, South Africa. The space which we find ourselves in is one which has been scarred and seared by a historical trajectory of violent exclusions and silences. These histories form the foundation of an elusive and at times omnipotent democracy that occasionally reveals its muscle in the form of laws and by-laws in public space. It is from this historical climate and present context that the work of the Burning Museum engages with themes such as history, identity, space, and structures. We are interested in the seen and unseen, the stories that linger as ghosts on gentrified street corners; in opening up and re-imagining space as potential avenues into the layers of history that are buried within, under, and between .”
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“TO LET” , Palimpset from “TO LET” exhibition 2013
Burning Museum feature on “Tracks”
Published on May 16, 2015
Politische Streetart aus Südafrika: Das Monster Gentrifizierung macht auch vor Kapstadt nicht halt. Zum Glück stellen sich die Künstler von Burning Museum dagegen: mit Kleisterbildern von Apartheid-Opfern.
The Mission and the Message: #colonialproblems
2015 Cover Version, Gallery MOMO, Cape Town
2014 Manufractured activation with Artefakte Aktivierung, Northern Suburbs Train line, Cape Town and Cafe Art, Stellenbosch
2013 "TO LET" , Centre for African Studies Gallery, University of Cape Town
2015 Boundary Objects. Madrid, Spain.
2015 Boundary Objects/ KÜNSTLICHE TATSACHEN, Kunsthaus Dresden. Dresden, Germany.
2015 Fortunes Remixed, Group exhibition, Bag Factory Art Studios. Johannesburg, South Africa
2015 Fortunes Remixed, Group exhibition, Underculture Contemporary. Port Elizabeth, South Africa
2015 Fortunes Remixed, Group exhibition, Art South Africa gallery. Cape Town, South Africa
2014 "Plakkers" - Brundyn+. Cape Town.
2014 Joburg Fringe video screening, Maboneng Precint, Johannesburg
2014 "Bring your own beamer" - Brundyn & Goncalves
2013 Greatmore Showcase
2013 Cape Town ArtWalk - Collaboration with "Future Nostalgia" as "Future Museum"