By Isabelle Anne Abraham
“We are free, but there’s an absence of our presence – what happened to that?” asked Doung Anwar Jahangeer in his talk, ‘CityWalk: Art, Architecture and Social Justice’.
Co-hosted by Visual and Performing Arts of Africa, the talk was held on Tuesday 24 April, where Jahangeer gave a presentation including video screenings in the Fine Art Department.
Jahangeer is an architect, an artist, and a performer, interested in issues of space and place. He was born in Mauritius and has been living in South Africa since 1992. After receiving his Bachelor of Architecture at UKZN in Durban, he went on a three-year journey across three continents.Share