art&culture

Christa Dee / art&culture / 1 month ago

SANDTON CITY // an ever evolving landscape

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Sandton, often described as the richest square mile in Africa, is a concrete and glass habitat that is constantly transforming. In the last ...

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Chris Soal / art&culture / 1 month ago

Kyra Papé – Between Seduction and Sickness

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Bulbous and sickly-looking forms installed at The Point of Order during the Situation exhibition in 2016 both enticed and disgusted viewers....

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 1 month ago

PAINTING W/ MUSIC – Creating a visual footprint for music

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When you are in the mood to dance, there is nothing better than walking on to the dance floor and feeling the vibrations of the music coming...

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Hazel Kimani / art&culture / 1 month ago

Vincent Michéa // celebrating black consciousness with the use of photomontage and pop art

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The artist within Vincent Michéa emerged when he moved from Paris, France to Dakar, Senegal in 1986. Dakar, which has been called "the Paris...

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The affordability of plant-based diets – We speak to three veggie lovers on the topic

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In 2015 two studies were published in the Science and Anthropocene Review that came to the conclusion that human beings are "eating away at ...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 1 month ago

Tiffany Smith // An Exploration of Multinational Boundaries as the Home-Grown-Immigrant and Perpetual Tourist

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Palm trees quiver in the Caribbean diaspora. Beaches are ablaze with the warm sun as it transgresses time zones. Ripe fruit hangs languidly ...

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The Big Hole Counter Narrative Project

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The official webpage of the Big Hole "experience" in Kimberley offers the story of the diamond rush from the winner's perspective “the visit...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 1 month ago

Toyin Ojih Odutola // What is black?

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Toyin Ojih Odutola explores the sociopolitical constructs of skin colour through her multimedia drawings. This central focus comes from her ...

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Hazel Kimani / art&culture / 1 month ago

Kapwani Kiwanga // The Sun Never Sets

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Ever thought about how throughout history, nature has earnestly witnessed the human experience? Be it grand or minuscule, the motions of hum...

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Adrienne Raquel // Self portraiture in pastels and tropical motifs

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Adrienne Raquel is a photographer and art director based in New York. Drawing her inspiration from Summer, femininity and tropical motifs, h...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 1 month ago

Darlyne Komukama // art and human connection

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In a conversation with Ugandan photographer Darlyne Komukama, she explained her belief that the human condition is about being connected. Th...

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Namsa Leuba and the representation of Guinean Identity

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Namsa Leuba was born in Switzerland in 1982 and studied photography at the university of Art and Design Lausanne where she also obtained a M...

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