Completing The Loop.
On 13 June, Msaki, Tubatsi Mpho Moloi, and Clement Petit will present a musical performance on the Main Lawn at NIROX.
Their performance, a culmination of song-writing residencies at NIROX ahead of an album release through NO FORMAT!, coincides with the completion of the installation of three of the artworks that form part of The Real DMZ Project: Sookyung YEE’s “You were there”, Kyungah HAM’s “Untitled”, and Soyoung CHUNG’s “Tectonic Memories Chapter III: Journey”.
Curated walkabouts focused on Margins Of Error will take place throughout the day, affording visitors the opportunity to gain unique insight into the newly-installed works.
There will be no additional ticket price for the day – just the standard NIROX Open Day entry fee of R120 per adult(R60 per child aged 2-12). The reduced park entry fee of R70 for pre-booked “And then there was Fire…” restaurant patrons will remain in place.
Strictly limited to 250 people in accordance with covid protocols.
Restaurant bookings: www.andthentherewasfire.com
“A margin of error is designed to absorb a shortfall or contradiction in the event of a miscalculation or change in circumstance. Conceptually and practically flexible, it supposes the great likelihood that mistakes occur. As a principle, a margin of error is democratic, despite the cynicism that is also fixed to it. However, what a margin of error constitutively acknowledges is that life – politics, economics, art – is variable. There are no absolute guarantees, there is only infinite possibility, whether good or ill, which can as easily transform hell into heaven, heaven into hell.” – Ashraf Jamal
Departure point: Lawn Pavilion
Msaki, Tubatsi Mpho Moloi and Clement Petit Performance:
13:30-14:30 on the Main Lawn
Entry and use of the facilities is entirely at your own risk. NIROX has no responsibility for injury or loss of any kind, howsoever arising.
Children are their parents responsibility. They must be under adult supervision at all times and respect the performance and experience of other patrons during concert. Sculptures are not to be handled or played upon.
The landscape is precious, treat it as such.
NIROX is an outdoor venue, subject to the weather. While every care is taken to ensure an enjoyable experience, a decision will be taken in the event of inclement weather on how to proceed. No refunds.
Entry to the park constitutes agreement that images of visitors may be captured and published on social and other media by other visitors; and by NIROX
The event will comply with current COVID legislations and best practice. If these change, NIROX is not responsible for curtailment or cancellation of this event.