Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 2 months ago

Conversations and analysis with filmmaker Salomon Lighthelm

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Salomon Lighthelm is a South African director currently residing in New York with his family. Lighthelm started his career in music and soun...

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Binwe Adebayo / art&culture / 2 months ago

RUKA: Blending URL and IRL with Zimbabwean artist Nontsikelelo Mutiti


The braiding of black women’s hair is no simple weekend outing. And as has been shown in more open, public discussions about black hair amon...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 2 months ago

UKIYO || Floating World

UKIYO _ Floating World HR Edited -14

Gabriella Achadinha introduced me to the term UKIYO - うきよ - 'The Floating World' in the dance and fashion film that she co-directed with Ali...

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Chris Soal / art&culture / 2 months ago

Surface – there’s more than meets the eye

Michael Smith

The art one tends to encounter in alleyways generally consists of graffiti and street art, with the small possibility of some sort of urban-...

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Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 2 months ago

427 Wieners – a film by Talya Galasko

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427 Wieners has been unpublished up until today. This short film by Talya Galasko has female empowerment at its core and is aimed at changin...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 2 months ago

Masixole Ncevu – capturing city living

Masixole Ncevu photography

Masixole Ncevu creates work in charcoal and video, but his photography is taking centre sage at the moment. Having moved to Johannesburg fro...

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Motlatsi / art&culture / 2 months ago

The JAG under conceptual (re)construction: A review of Ângela Ferreira’s South Facing exhibition.

Ângela Ferreira, Adventures in Mozambique and the Portuguese Tendency To Forget, (2016), Installation view South Facing, Johannesburg Art Gallery, 2017

Buildings mark the moments in our history where a people thrived.  Ângela Ferreira’s “South Facing” is the exhibition that marks an importan...

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Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 2 months ago

Elizaveta Rukavishnikova – seeing the colour of sound


Elizaveta Rukavishnikova is a Russian born artist currently residing in Johannesburg. Her art functions as a mirror and is rooted in what sh...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 3 months ago

Turbine Art Fair 2017 // The Red Edifice of Cultural Display


An iconic red roof rests on brick and mortar in the midst of the bustling city. A mammoth giant. The glass and steel structure extends into ...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 3 months ago

“Our very coming together is political” – Octavia poetry collective


Poetry offers an avenue for being heard, for travelling through space and time as well as allowing one to construct an understanding of self...

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Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 3 months ago

Unity Skateboarding- the queer Skate Company building a league of rainbow riders


San Francisco Bay artist, Jeffrey Cheung who is also known as a master of zines, established Unity Skateboarding in February 2017. Southern ...

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Chris Soal / art&culture / 3 months ago

Hasan and Husain Essop – Refuge


Being 21st century visual artists is a challenge enough on its own! But add trying to tag “ambassador for your faith” on to that and that’s ...

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