The Rendon Gallery is pleased to debut Los Angeles-based South African-born artist and
filmmaker Ralph Ziman’s The Casspir Project in Los Angeles. The Casspir Project is a unique
multidisciplinary, experiential exhibition that encompasses a variety of media including
installation, film, photography, oral history and documentary. The exhibition will be open on
February 7 and remain on view through March 7, 2019.
For this iteration of The Casspir Project, Ziman has designed the massive gallery space with a
“macro and micro” experience in mind. Each room within the 8 gallery space brings context to
the next, informing the project as whole. The exhibition moves through different artworks
ranging from brightly colored AK-47s, photographs inspired by photojournalism during
apartheid, to a 20 minute documentary, leading up to the dramatic presentation of SPOEK 1,
the reclaimed Casspir, lit only by a spotlight in a dark room.
10% of sales of artworks (excluding the Casspir) will be donated between Brady Campaign to
Prevent Violence, whose mission is to create a safer America by ending America's gun
violence epidemic, and The Ron Finley Project which aims to transform inner cities around the
world from food deserts to food forests through urban gardening.
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