Thulani Rachia’s practice integrates the fields of architecture, performing and visual arts.
Growing up in South Africa and training in architecture, his inquiries stem from the spatial politics of exclusion and division and the effects of these physical and conceptual barriers on the land. His practice-as-research methodology investigates his interests in site and history and how these coalesce in the formation of identity, culture and memory. He is inspired by the notion of intersectional landscapes and how these can be used to disrupt physical and mental fields and the narratives they hold.
|17 May 2018||BANNER||Toynbee Studios|