Does one really matter only when one is bronzed – as if life needs to be book-ended by bronzed baby shoes and then busts? A statement worn on a T-shirt by one of four young kids lends profound meaning to the giant statue of General Christiaan Rudolf de Wet under which they stood on President Brand Street: “Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat” – a searing indictment of the hegemonic instincts of successive patriarchal regimes, whether oppressors or liberators. Photograph © Dean Hutton


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