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Microtrends: Surprising Tales of the way We Live Today, Penn, Mark J., New Book
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You'll be taken to Afterpay's website. Follow the instructions for creating an Afterpay account, or sign in if you're already a customer. Once you're finished with Afterpay you'll be taken back to Trade Me. Magnificent roses picked and placed by Christopher Peter curator — he got them from Chart Farm — adorn various vases on the show.
Here follows a transcript of the opening address by Deborah Posel. A really inspiring speech which articulates so eloquently the issues which many of us feel concerned about. I was surprised and honoured to be invited to open this exhibition.
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After all, I am something of a foreign alien here — still an interloper in Cape Town having not yet fully arrived , and a flat-footed social scientist, rather than an expert within the fine arts. But what I lack in expertise I hope I make up for in enthusiasm: I am one of those cerebral types with a passion for art.
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That includes ceramics — the most tactile and earthy of the arts. We are much less in awe of a ceramic object than one which announces itself as a sculpture; much more likely, then, to engage with it — and of course, to use it, love it, and incorporate it into our daily lives. But there is more to these objects than their aesthetic flair. This exhibition is an affectionate evocation of the emotional, cultural, and aesthetic power of home, signified by the hearth.
Home — if we are lucky enough to have one — is the place where the profound and the mundane intertwine, where we ready ourselves to face the world outside: in little ways such as in eating, drinking, sleeping and getting dressed and in big ways as in learning who we are, dreaming about what we could become, locating ourselves in relation to others, in our family, our communities, our country and the world at large.
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