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Sue Williamson

British-born Sue Williamson immigrated to South Africa at an early age and currently lives in Cape Town. She became deeply involved in the anti-apartheid movement in the 1970s. In her work she addresses social, political and historical abuses. Recurring themes are mortality, the falsification of history, racial discrimination and social isolation. Williamson deals with these themes in the light of the South African struggle against apartheid. She uses a wide range of media including photography, interactive projects, installations and objects. Williamson is also active as an art critic and is the author of numerous art books. Sue Williamson participated in the 2004 Access for All project.