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William Kentridge: “There are fault lines that come from the colonial period throughout the world”

South African artist William Kentridge does not trust those who blindly embrace their own certainties without considering doubts and paradoxes. Ambiguity and contradictions are at the heart of his work, which has grown and transformed to the beat of multifaceted South Africa. We talk to the South African artist about segregation, the echoes of colonialism and the anti-racist struggle, about imbalance and abuse of power, privilege and the role of art in rethinking dominant narratives. 

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Participants: William Kentridge

28 January 2021