Founder of the Inside Out Centre for the Arts, photographer Roger Ballen, showcases his latest exhibition in which he explores the 'antagonistic' relationship between man and nature focusing on the decimation of African wildlife. Roger uses art and photography to inspect the dynamics of hunting and its impact on wildlife and the human’s perception of the world.
The display, titled "End Of The Game", is the first to be hosted at the newly opened Inside Out Centre for the Arts.
Renowned for his thought-provoking work into the human psyche, the exhibition looks at the history of humanity and showcases the destruction of nature and of wildlife. The display highlights the "Golden Age of African hunting around the end of the 19th century”.
Visitors have the opportunity to receive a guided tour of the Inside Out Centre and the current exhibition, and a full-colour copy of the exhibition catalogue.