Born 1977, Pretoria, South Africa. Lives and works in Cape Town.


EDUCATION
2006 University of Stellenbosch: MA in Fine Art (cum laude)
1999 University of Stellenbosch: BA in Fine Art (cum laude)


SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017 Vreesaanjaende Verligting, Whatiftheworld Gallery: Cape Town
2015 The Fallen and the Drowned, Whatiftheworld Gallery: Cape Town
2014 The lacemaker's studio, DOCK: Basel
2012 These waves, Whatiftheworld Gallery: Cape Town
2011 Fred, Denis & other Portraits, VOLTA7, Basel, Switzerland (Whatiftheworld)
2008 Convoluted involvement, Bell-Roberts: Cape Town, Absa Gallery: Johannesburg
2006 The distance between us, Bell-Roberts: Cape Town
2005 Excluded & Unsaid, blankprojects: Cape Town


GROUP EXHIBITIONS / PROJECTS
2017
YOU AND I (curated by Ziphozenkosi Dayile and Kemang Wa Lehulere), A4 Arts Foundation, Cape Town

2016
AFTER THE THRILL IS GONE - Fashion Politics and culture in Contemporary South African Art (Curated by Andrew Heinlich), Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Kalamazoo.
DEAR EUROPA - Whatiftheworld Gallery, Cape Town.
WOMEN’S WORK - Crafting stories, subverting narratives (curated by Ernestine White & Olga Speakes), Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town

2015
FOREIGN BODIES. Whatiftheworld, Cape Town
QUEER THREADS - Crafting Identity and Community (Curated by John Chaich). Decker Gallery, MICA, Baltimore
CRAFTED: OBJECTS IN FLUX (curated by Emily Zilber), Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
30 years of the ABSA Atelier, KKNK Oudtshoorn / Absa Gallery, Johannesburg.
’n KOERANT GEBORE UIT HOOP EN SMART (curated by Sandra Hanekom), Die Burger Suidoosterfees, Artscape, Cape Town.
Monologues (curated by Meredith Randall), Aardklop, Potchefstroom.

2014
Queer Threads (curated by John Chaich), Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, New York.
Brave New World (curated by Andrea Lewis and Ernestine White) Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town.
What lies beneath, Equus Gallery, Cavalli Estate

2013
Suspicious Minds - Artist's exploration of mind and matter, Michaelis Gallery: Cape Town

2011
'Trading Freedoms' (part of the conference Love, Sex, Desire & the (Post)Colonial) curated by Bettina Malcomess, University of London
Ingrid Jonker: Rust & Vrede: Durbanville

2010
Manet's too tight to mention: What if the World: Cape Town
The Menippean Uprising, blank projects: Cape Town
Ways of seeing, Ore gallery: Cape Town.
Inverting the Pyramid, blank projects: Cape Town
1910-2010: From Pierneef to Gugulective, Iziko South African National Gallery: Cape Town
Swallow My Pride, blank projects: Cape Town

2009
The gift (collaboration with Liza Grobler), Irma Stern Museum: Cape Town.
Studio visit, AVA: Cape Town
Signs/Representation, 14-1 Gallerie: Stuttgart
Obsessie, KKNK- Oudshoorn

2008
The bijou burns again, UCA: Cape Town

2007
A Legacy of Men, Johannesburg Art Gallery: Johannesburg
Selected projects 2005-2007, blankprojects: Cape Town
Love & misery, BIJOU art studios: Cape Town (P)
Greenhouse, Bell-Roberts: Laurensford, Somerset West
Portrait/Landscape, Bell-Roberts: Laurensford, Somerset West
ABSA L’atelier regional finalists exhibitions, Art-B: Bellville & ABSA Gallery: Johannesburg
Fest, Rust & Vrede: Durbanville

2006
Take it like a man, blank projects: Cape Town

2005
Paper never lies, VEO: Cape Town
ABSA L’atelier regional finalists exhibitions, Art-B: Bellville & ABSA Gallery: Johannesburg

2004
Sex & Kultuur Queer Arts Festival, AMAC: Cape Town
LVJ+MJB XXX, Klein Karoo National Arts Festival: Oudtshoorn (as part of the D.I.E.N.S-collective) (P) ABSA L’atelier regional finalists exhibitions, Art-B: Bellville & ABSA Gallery: Johannesburg

2000
Softserve2: Art at play, National Gallery: Cape Town
1999
Softserve Multimedia art event, National Gallery: Cape Town

1997
District Six Public Sculpture Festival: Cape Town (as part of the Stellenbosch Paper Project)(P).

RESIDENCIES
2014 Atelier Mondial/Prohelvetia: Basel, Switzerland
2008 Cité Internationale des Arts: Paris, France

AWARDS
2007 Overall winner: ABSA L’Atelier

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Iziko South African National Gallery
Artphilein Foundation: Switzerland

REPRESENTATION: Whatiftheworld/ Cape Town