art&culture

Christa Dee / art&culture / 1 hour ago

Stacey Gillian Abe // using glass as a medium for dialogue about the oppression of women

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Ugandan artist Stacey Gillian Abe uses glass as her primary medium to construct sculptures that reflect on the objectification of women in U...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 3 hours ago

RECLAIMED by Mziyanda Malgas and Daniel Walton

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In an email conversation with creatives Mziyanda Malgas and Daniel Walton, they explained to me that Cape Town is often viewed from the outs...

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Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 23 hours ago

In Bloom // Not just another white cube exhibition

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In Bloom is Ja.'s first exhibition held at the KZNSA Gallery. The exhibition features 11 South African artists but what differentiates it fr...

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Hazel Kimani / art&culture / 1 day ago

Keyezua – articulating discomfort to liberate the new generation of African women

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Keyezua is a woman before she is an artist. A woman with womanly experiences in this manly world. An uncomfortable woman who finds solace th...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 4 days ago

Blood. Bone. Skin. Hair // Limb presents Of

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Visual artist Limb (Tamzyn Botha) started building installations for music festivals when she was 19. "Music being my main source of inspira...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 5 days ago

Photographer Viola Di Sante // terrifying stillness and delicate female figures

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Young photographer Viola Di Sante unconsciously channels the creative energy of photographer David Uzochukwu, pop art artist David Hockney a...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 5 days ago

Illustrator Panteha Abareshi // visually representing the realities of anxiety and depression

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17-year-old Tuscan (Arizona) illustrator Panteha Abareshi is making work that attempts to capture the realities of living with a mental illn...

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Hazel Kimani / art&culture / 6 days ago

Nelisiwe Xaba’s lecture performance Bang Bang Wo

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“Bang bang what?” “‘Wo’ ‘Bang bang wo’. It means ‘help’ in Mandarin,” I explained as we searched desperately for park...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 1 week ago

Exploring the politics of fashion at the AFROPUNK x Umuzi RINGA! exhibition

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Umuzi in partnership with AFROPUNK put together the exhibition RINGA!, Exhibition of Taal on the 5th of October. Reflecting on the weight th...

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Fully Automated Luxury Influencer a film by Cuss Group // The Centre for the Less Good Idea

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Cuss Group was founded in 2011 by Ravi Govender, Jamal Nxedlana and Zamani Xolo. Standing out as one of the first South African arts collect...

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Binwe Adebayo / art&culture / 1 week ago

Artist Elia Alba creates a world of Afro-futuristic icons

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“Afrofuturism is a cultural aesthetic that combines science-fiction, history and fantasy to explore the African-American experience and ai...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 1 week ago

Kiluanji Kia Henda’s In the Days of a Dark Safari // Disrupting Colonial Narratives and the Nature of Necropolitics

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Cloaked in swathes of cloth. Drenched in darkness. Morphous forms are interrupted only by protruding horns that peer from beneath the surfac...

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