Mr. Mkhize, Alexandria, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Caesar's Palace Casino, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Mathaba Mayla, Miss Teen S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Mandlenkosi Noqhayi, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Tessa Davis, 23, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Low Cost Housing, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Ponte Tower, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Solitary Confinement Cell, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Rev. Nokuthula Dhladhla, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Hugh Martine, Free-State (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Celias Mafonyelle, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Naema Erasmus, Western Cape (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Isabelle, Gauteng, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film

Jennifer Van Der Heever, S.Africa (c-type print, 30x40", 2004)

Mr. Mkhize has been photographed twice before in his life. The first was for his Pass Book, which allowed the apartheid government to control his movements. The second was for his Identity Book, which allowed him to vote in the first democratic elections in 1994. Ten years later, we took his picture for no official reason.

Mr. Mkhize is published by Trolley Ltd. in conjunction with a solo-show at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Mr. Mkhize's Portrait Film