Hosted by Iziko Museums “amaHubo”, a video installation by Buhlebezwe Siwani, interrogates the historical associations between African spiritual beliefs and cosmologies and Christianity.
Centring the role of land and black women (and their positionality) within spiritual practices and institutions, amaHubo invites its audience to reflect deeply on the challenges of rootedness, devotion and healing in society. This exhibition takes place at Iziko.
Iziko Museums of South Africa operates 11 national museums in Cape Town. It is one of the premier cultural institutions in South Africa.
Venue: South African National Gallery, Government Ave, Company’s Garden, Cape Town
Time: Mon to Sun 9am to 5pm
Cost: Adults R30 | Children aged 6 – 18, pensioners and students R15