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Uwe Pfaff (1947) has been creating art for more than 40 years. During his career, he has worked in various mediums, ranging from painting, printmaking to sculpture in wood, ceramics and metal. Over the past two decades, he has created his signature cut-out metal sculpture in bright colours, copper, rusted metal and chrome. The Cape Town-based artist has participated in more than 30 exhibitions and his works can be seen in a number of prominent collections; locally and internationally.


Hamblin’s InterseXion unfolds in three series’, The Sistaaz Hood,


2016 - InterseXion- installation at District Six Museum Homecoming Centre

2015 - Daughter Language – Lizamore & Associates Johannesburg

2014 - The Colony –  University of Johannesburg Gallery Johannesburg

2013 - The Colony (Under Construct) – Aardklop National arts festival

2013  -  “..When You’re Feeling Like a Lady..” (The Sistaaz Hood) – SWEAT & African Gender Institute UCT & Klein Karoo National arts festival

2007 - Father – Out in Africa Film Festival & Hamburg LGBT Film Festival

2006 - The Binary Farm – KKNK National Arts Festival and Aardklop National Arts festival

2002 - The Inner Room – University of Johannesburg Art Gallery

2000 - The Post Christian – Open Window Art Academy & Aardklop National Arts festival

1998 - Millennium Man – KKNK National Arts Festival & Aardklop National Arts festival

1993 - In a Different Light - Private Theatre studio 


Representation and Its Limits – New Museum New York/MIT Press Critical Anthology on Trans Cultural Production & the Politics of Visibility, 2017

2015 - Review Daughter Language – Beeld

2015 - Art that explores fatherhood and transracial adoption – Mail and Guardian

2014 - Review Colony -  Maandblad Zuid-Afrika, 2014

2014- Capturing the essence and energy of a subject

2013 - Fotograaf wys transgender-reeks – Network 24

2013 - Identiteit vervaag in foto’s by  – Network 24

Robert Hamblin Interviewed by Dr Ernst van der Wahl

2006 - Gender: The Binary Farm