Photo-Art Exhibition by Gulshan Khan & CliMigHealth

Gulshan Khan is a South African photojournalist and visual artist. Her work traverses the multiple layers of identity, humanity, memory, transition, belonging; justice and the dignity of people. She is inspired by the concept of healing through sincere and conscious story-telling. She has published in The National Geographic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian among others and regularly works with NGO’s.

Photo-Art Exhibition by Gulshan Khan & CliMigHealth

Gulshan Khan is a South African photojournalist and visual artist. Her work traverses the multiple layers of identity, humanity, memory, transition, belonging; justice and the dignity of people. She is inspired by the concept of healing through sincere and conscious story-telling. She has published in The National Geographic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian among others and regularly works with NGO’s.

Strength and Resilience in the Western Cape

Humans adapt. Humans move. Humans connect. Environments change, landscapes can be challenging, and infrastructure is expected to support it all.

The relationship between humans, environment and infrastructure is one that will be tested as climate change worsens. This relationship will be tested in every town, city and region on the planet affecting those who are on the periphery and the precariat, our vulnerable, the most.

There is an urgency of both, a local and global centered understanding of history, context, position and culture as a basis for dialogue and social change.

This is a story about strength and resilience. The Western Cape is a beautiful place and home to incredible communities and culture; who despite their challenges are finding ways to survive. It is a mirror for us to reflect on our collective humanity and praxis.

This exhibition is a collaboration between Gulshan Khan, CliMigHealth, Ghent University, and Stellenbosch University. Fine Art Prints by ORMS and funded by the Bijzonder OnderzoeksFonds (BOF).

Salt to the earth

Divine Intervention

The Walk of Life

Bloodline

Breathing

Watch for the Horizon

Make Space

Bloom Where You Are Planted

Watching and Listening

Kindled From a Blessed Tree