Haroon Gunn-Salie is based between Johannesburg and Belo Horizonte and his multidisciplinary practice draws focus to forms of collaboration in contemporary art based on socially engaged dialogue and exchange. Gunn-Salie’s work has been included in significant exhibitions: New Museum Triennial - Songs for Sabotage, New Museum (2018), You & I, A4 Arts Foundation (2017), What Remains is Tomorrow, South African Pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia (2015). Solo exhibitions include: On The Line (2016), Mendes Wood DM, and History after apartheid (2015), Goodman Gallery in South Africa.
Gunn-Salie collaborated with Aline Xavier towards the making of the work titled Return of the Amersfoort for the Tell Freedom exhibition, the work was formulated during a research residency at Thami Mnyele Foundation in Amsterdam in July until October of 2017.
Aline Xavier (1984, Brazil) is an artist engaged in transdisciplinary, collaborative, process-led practice. Group exhibitions/ film festivals include: Goodman Gallery (2017), Marta Moriarty (2017), Inhotim (2016), Palácio das Artes (2016), Mohsen Gallery (2016), Galpão VB (2016), Museu de Congonhas (2015).