Founded by William Kentridge, the Centre was designed to provide artists with a space where they can pursue incidental discoveries. Artists are encouraged to follow impulses, connections and revelations while they work, all the while knowing they have a safe space to succeed and fail in.
On 1 March 2019, Lace will be speaking at Vega School in Randburg as part of a Creative Mornings series on Symmetry. Attendees will receive unique insights into Lace’s approach to art and how it relates to other fields such as physics, museum practice and philosophy.
She will also be using her latest exhibition Mirror/Mirror to touch on the theme of Symmetry during her talk next month. Mirror/Mirror is a video installation, drawn from thousands of timelapse images taken in the basement of the Natural History Museum in Vienna in mid-2016.
You can register for Bronwyn’s talk on the Creative Mornings website.