PUSH at The Palms, as part of To Let - Paperworks & Performance Factory
PUSH is a mobile art gallery and project space housed in a red vending machine. For 'To – Let', PUSH is collaborating with artist Scott Williams who is creating small works and zines focused on his research on everyday utterances of trade in Belville.
Venue: The Palms, Woodstock
Time: 6pm until Late
Date: 12 December 2015
The gallery will journey from Woodstock to Belville selling Scott Williams’ small works. PUSH opens on the 12 December at the Palms in Woodstock and will thereafter travel to a shop near the Belville train station.
PUSH is part of the To Let - Paperworks & Performance Factory* a flash gallery project that opens once a month as part of the visual arts programme in the Cape Town CBD. This month’s edition is in partnership with Art-Mode and is hosted at the Palms and other sites in the city of Cape Town.
The projects’ featured artist is Scott Williams.
Born December 1980, Cape Town, Scott Eric Williams uses diverse media to reflect on urban migrations, and to contemplate experiences of love, loss, depression, land, hope and trade within the inner-city context. Through his use of urban detritus he strives to make sense of the city by engaging with its leftovers.
Scott has contributed photographs to Hype Magazine, The ArtsCape Theatre’s “Hip Hop Connected production in 2005, 2007 as well as the Cape Town One City Festival 2007 and 2009. Scott is a founding member of the Burning Museum collective and has worked in Youth Arts facilitation.He has also worked with Arterial Network South Africa as a a project administrator and currently works as a Research Assistant at ASAI, a Cape Town based Arts NGO. A past participant in the Joule City Residency program , Scott as also exhibited at Gallery MOMO (Cape Town), Centre for African Studies, UCT and Brundyn+ and Underculture Contemporary