Testimony, which ended on April 24, was Sue Williamson’s first solo presentation in the UK, and spanned her seminal 1990s series to her current work. Among the works were:
● Truth Games, an interactive series of works in which she highlights a number of cases brought before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
● It’s a pleasure to meet you brings Candice Mama and Siyah Ndawela Mgoduka, whose fathers were killed by apartheid assassin Eugene de Kock, into conversation. The title refers to the greeting De Kock gave each member of Mama’s family when they visited him in jail.
● A Tale of Two Cradocks presents the tourist guidebook of Cradock from one angle and, from the reverse angle, the story of Matthew Goniwe, a charismatic teacher murdered by security police in 1985.
● The Lost District is an old map of District Six painted on the wall, and hung with “windows” engraved with views of demolished houses, and old street signs.