Bogosi Sekhukhuni presents screenings and discussions of his work at Yale Union, Portland and LAXART, Santa Monica. The selection of video works 'take a critical posture toward the presuppositions of afrofuturism' and in each discussion he will joined by manuel arturo abreu. The events will be livestreamed and archived online by home school.
Bogosi Sekhukhuni is included in The Art Happens Here: Net Art’s Archival Poetics at the New Museum. 'The works on view have been selected from Net Art Anthology, Rhizome’s major online exhibition featuring one hundred works that sketch a possible canon for net art'.
Bogosi Sekhukhuni features in the 11th edition of the Rencontres de Bamako: African Biennale of Photography titled Afrotopia. This edition seeks to 'reflect a commitment to ensuring that this historic and pioneering biennale for photography is integral to the new Pan-African forces for change'.
NTU, of which Bogosi Sekhukhuni is a part, is included in Americans 2017 which showcases new productions by 19 artists 'reflecting the influence of US-based ‘computerized processes’ over information, aspirations and concerns'. The exhibtion is curated by Simon Castets and Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Art/Afrique, le nouvel atelier features Nicholas Hlobo, Jane Alexander, Moshekwa Langa, Zanele Muholi, Kemang Wa Lehulere and Bogosi Sekhukhuni on Being There, South Africa; Barthélémy Toguo on The Insiders; and Robin Rhode and Meleko Mokgosi as part of the Louis Vuitton collection.
NTU: UBULAWU is the first UK exhibition by NTU, of which Bogosi Sekhukhuni is a founding member. Drawing on the collective’s research project NTUSAVE, this programme continues their engagement with Ubulawu – a sacred collection of plants with phytochemical properties used in southern African spiritual practice.
Rhizome, the New York–based digital arts organisation, named Bogosi Sekhukhuni as one of three winners of its annual Prix Net Art award. This year, each winner is awarded an unrestricted prize of $5 000, funded by the Chronus Art Center in Shanghai.
Bogosi Sekhukhuni was one of 11 artists invited by curator Élise Atangana to participate in a residency programme as part of the second Kampala Biennale and 'interact with the urban fabric of Kampala'.
Zanele Muholi took part in the ninth Berlin Biennale, showing on the lightbox project LIT; also selected for the biennale, taking place at various venues across the city, was Bogosi Sekhukhuni as part of the CUSS Group, which includes Angel-Ho, FAKA and Megan Mace as well as NTU.
Simon Gush, Nandipha Mntambo, Bogosi Sekhukhuni and Kemang Wa Lehulere had work on the International Exhibition of the 12th edition of Dak’art, the Dakar Biennale, curated by Simon Njami. See Contemporary And for coverage of the biennale.
Bogosi Sekhukhuni's musical collaboration with sound and performance artist Angel-Ho has been released via NON Records, and can be viewed online at DIS Magazine (warning: intense flashing images).
Bogosi Sekhukhuni exhibits in I Was Raised on the Internet at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Featuring nearly 100 works, the show 'documents a specific moment in time, beginning with 1998 and extending to the present, and focuses on the shifts that have occurred since the millennium'.