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GVart in collaboration with Urban Times

Spending today recovering from the excitment of the last few days and the opening of UGA at MAA Cambridge with Nondumiso Thobani and Tim before we head to Birkbeck tonight for the film showing and discussion there.

I was recently filmed in my studio further insight into this extraordinary commission.

https://vimeo.com/44251436

Posted by Rachel Gadsden, 02:06pm 25/06/12

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02:07pm 01/07/12

Rachel Gadsden

Thank you Colin for your wonderful comments about the exhibition, our hope had very much been that the exhibition and films would be uplifting as well as drawing attention to an important subject. The Bambanani Group and I are survivors due to the availability of medical treatment and intervention, we believe this is a human right, and should be available for every vulnerable individual around the Globe. To receive a message from someone who has worked so closely in this field is very important to all of us, thank you very much indeed.

01:07pm 01/07/12

Colin Clews

Visited the UGA exhibition in Cambridge yesterday. Thank you for an inspiring event. I worked in the HIV field for many years and really found the stories so uplifting. A suggestion to any potential visitors: make sure you see the video that's being shown at the far end of the gallery as it really brings all the artworks to life.

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