The inaugural guerilla gallery project, 'Appeal', a group exhibition co-ordinated by Elgin Rust was featured in a journal called CCTV, published by Keleketla, a non-profit platform run from Johannesburg's Drill Hall. An interview between Elgin and Kim Gurney, founder of guerilla gallery, detailed the motivation behind the exhibition in a Q&A format. Keleketla recently made the journal available as a pdf download, in the link below this entry.
Here is an extract from Keleketla giving more information about the journal: "CCTV is a survey-type publication of
current practitioners and practices in SA and elsewhere, and only comes
out on occasion of a specific event/ project. Its aesthetic is influenced
by the Medu Newsletters (1979-1984), beautiful silkscreen covers with
loose A4 sheets of contributions. This issue launched as a ticket (R50) to a group event titled CIRCUS,
to held on 14 September 2012 at the then new art space called King Kong
in New Doornfontein. CIRCUS included Johannesburg-based artists and
collectives: CUSS, Kadromatt, Rangoato Hlasane, joburg.radio, The
Nation, Dokta Spizee, Mathoto and Mma Tseleng. This issue profiles the
work of participating artists/ dj’s, as well as other contributions by
practitioners in Johannesburg and elsewhere. CCTV aims to use each cover as a platform, a canvas for innovative
artists working in silkscreen, litho and lino or other multiples."
Download the journal here: