Fault Lines (1996) is an installation where sticky, flayed strips of brown paper bags into wire mesh with crumbling pieces of masonite scattered across the floor. The piece is a direct symbol of deception, truth and innocence, with subtle political connotations included. In its' perfect balance of subtlety and boldness, Fault Lines is a stunning example of the epitome of South African conceptualism, and the success of Moshekwa Langa in general proves conceptualism is a dominant art movement in today's society.…
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- This was a 5 min. oral presentation on the Ancient Roman Family. It breifly covers most aspects of Roman Family structure.
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