Womb Wander
Moeletsi Sekhabi,
Sibongakonke Shezi
Lyne Slim
Margiet Smit
Liam Stoffberg
Melissa Tait
Qaaniet Taliep
Kezia Taylor
Siyanda Thabede
Jonathan Torrington
Tristan Turner
Elizabeth van Eeden
Mpumi Vilakazi
Thuto Vilakazi
Zoe Walker
Farzeen Wookey

Our idea of the new A4 Arts Foundation structure was inspired by Igshaan Adams and Kyle Morland’s ‘Stoflike Oorskot’ 2016, Walter Battiss’ ‘My Typewriter’, and mainly Turiya Magadlela’s ‘My womb is at fault’, 2014.

Our concept to make it resemble a womb, both internally and externally, lead to the idea of having a  circular and earthy façade, and on the inside be spacious and seem of a different dimension.

— Group 6, Womb Wander


In a discussion concurrent to #unleash, APG lecturer Sonja Spamer spoke about the womb as the greatest threshold - this ignited a conceptual idea for us in relation to Turiya Magadlela’s ‘My womb is at fault', 2014. Initially we planned to have no windows within the building as “windows aren't essential in a museum, the art­works are”.

The idea was to make it an adventurous space. Using elliptical shapes, an early concept to use a tent-like structure was connected with the ‘womb’ inspiration - a compelling threshold leading into a large ambiguous space.

— Group 6, Womb Wander

View/Download Group 6 original presentations: Week 1, Week 2, Process archive introduction, & Final Presentation.


Additional process material & responses to various #unleash prompts, tasks and ‘creative reflections’. The elements that appear after the drawings below may be moved to create new assemblages - to move or ‘drag’ an object click/touch, hold, and move your cursor/finger. Read more about the archive on the about page.

A4 Arts Foundation

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District Six
Cape Town

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Fikile Nyezi, ‘What now?’, 2020

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