Family film at Zeitz Museum, Cape Town
December 03, 2014 at Zeitz MOCAA in Cape Town.
films4peace is a short film commission curated by Mark Coetzee, Executive Director and Chief Curator of Zeitz MOCAA. This unique project features 27 of today’s most innovative contemporary artists visually interpreting the subject of peace. These engaging works have been screened at hundreds of cultural and educational venues globally and seen by over 19 million people.
Artists: assume vivid astro focus (born 1968, Brazil), Janet Biggs (born 1959, USA), Rob Carter (born 1976, UK), Ergin Çavusoglu (born 1968, Bulgaria), Magali Charrier (born 1975, France), Gregory Crewdson (born 1962, USA) and Costanza Theodoli-Braschi (born 1982, UK), Yang Fudong (born 1971, China), Anthony Goicolea (born 1971, USA), Tom Gran (born 1988, UK) and Kayleigh Gibbons (born 1988, UK), Max Hattler (born 1976, Germany), Isaac Julien (born 1960, UK), Peterson Kamwathi (born 1980, Kenya), Joe Lawlor (born 1965, Ireland) and Christine Molloy (born 1963, Ireland), Nandipha Mntambo (born 1982, Swaziland), Zanele Muholi (born 1972, South Africa), Michael Nyman (born 1944, UK), Noriko Okaku (born 1979, Japan), Jacco Olivier (born 1972, Netherlands), Bill Porter (born 1985, UK), Athi-Patra Ruga (born 1984, South Africa), Levi van Veluw (born 1985, Netherlands), Hank Willis Thomas (born 1976, USA) and Terence Nance (born 1982, USA), Wilmer Wilson IV (born 1989, USA)
“Artists confront us with the challenges of our time. films4peace are both disturbing and inspiring, responsive to the reality of our time but they also ask us to be responsible for our actions” – Mark Coetzee
Zeitz MOCAA Pavilion, North Wharf, V&A Waterfront, 8002, Cape Town
Email: zeitzmocaa [at] gmail.com
Telephone: +27 (0)21 418 7855