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Sasol New Signatures 2018 winners announced
Posted on August 30, 2018.

Jessica Storm Kapp from Stellenbosch was selected as the overall winner of the competition for her work entitled, Mapping Time. She wins R100 000 and the opportunity to have a solo exhibition at next year's event.

Peter Mikael Campbell from Cape Town is this year's runner-up and was awarded R25 000 for his work entitled, Kaisen.

Five merit awards of R10 000 each were awarded to: Kelly Crouse, Debbie Fan, Pierre Henri le Riche, Mulatedzi Simon Moshapo and Megan Serfontein.

The Sasol New Signatures exhibition runs from 30 August - 7 October 2018 at the Pretoria Art Museum.

Jessica Storm Kapp (overall winner)
Mapping Time
Rammed earth columns and embedded object
Installation: 150 cm x 250 cm x 250 cm

Peter Mikael Campbell (runner-up)
Kaisen
Pencil
102,5 cm x 73,5 cm

Kelly Crouse (merit award)
Medication: C23H27N23
O7
Mixed media
60 cm x 120 cm x 13 cm

Debbie Fan (merit award)
Cheque or Savings?
Acrylic and digital print on paper
Diptych: (2) 240 cm x 90 cm

Pierre Henri le Riche (merit award)
Ap(peal) I & Ap(peal) II
Porcelain, Egyptian cotton, yellowwood, plywood, glass
Diptych: (2) 160cm x 60cm x 60cm

Mulatedzi Simon Moshapo (merit award)
The leader shall govern
Wood
90 cm x 120 cm x 90 cm

Megan Serfontein (merit award)
Untitled
Monitor, webcam, personal computer program
170 cm x 57 cm x 62,5 cm


Images and text courtesy of Sasol.




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