With a similar format to the Indian exhibit, the South African Pavilion features works by a variety of artists. Each artist illustrates their own unique narrative as part of the fabric that illustrates, and is able to articulate with more accuracy as a whole, what constitutes South Africa’s national identity. Curated by Thembinkosi Goniwe the exhibit explores the polarity between fantasy and reality. The disparity between each work’s each theme is present in South Africa’s Pavilion, as it was in India’s, however, the relation between them is less loosely connected, as each of these work’s are rooted in the same post-apartheid ideology. Each of these works depicts an imaginary truth or ideal narrative that reflects sans bias both the desired and detested aspects of South Africa. Lyndi Sale‘s, Simeon Allen‘s, and Mary Sibande’s works are embedded with the idea of art as a form of social change. The consciousness of the struggle against social injustice during the apartheid lingers throughout the Pavilion, as each of these works reference the shadows of the past.