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On Friday 7 July, an exhibition opened at FRAC 'Le Plateau' in Paris, featuring The End, a video installation that Gregg Smith (b. 1970, Cape Town, South Africa) realised at FLACC in spring. The show runs until 20 August at FRAC (Fonds régional d'art contemporain) d'Île de France, Le Plateau.


18 May 2006, 7 pm, FLACC, Casino Waterschei, Genk
On 18 May Gregg Smith’s project will be shown to the public and presented by the artist in a conversation with fellow artist Jill Magid (1973, USA). Magid works as a director and performer in public space and her work refers to our society’s ubiquitous ‘disciplinary systems’, such as camera surveillance. Projects by Magid have recently been presented at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and at the 2004 Liverpool Biennale. She lives in New York and is a ‘visiting artist’ at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. More information on her and her work can be found on and


22 April to 28 May 2006, De Warande, Turnhout
In parallel with the project at FLACC, De Warande in Turnhout is holding an exhibition, called Nie meer, of work by a new generation of artists from South Africa, including Gregg Smith, Bridget Baker, Candice Breitz, Frances Goodman, Pieter Hugo, Mustafa Maluka, Zen Marie, Tracey Rose, Greg Streak and Billie Zangewa. It is compiled by Ellen Loots of de Warande and the artist Ives Maes in collaboration with FLACC. Opening times: Tuesday to Friday: 2 to 6 pm, Saturday & Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm (closed on Mondays) / admission free. More information on

Gregg Smith

‘How much information should a story provide before the spectator can project themselves into it?’ It was on the basis of this question that Gregg Smith (1970, Cape Town, South Africa) became the first artist to be selected in the framework of FLACC’s new operations.
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