art&culture

Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 4 months ago

Dancer and Choreographer Jeremy Nedd shapes multidisciplinary performative pieces

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Choreographer and classically trained dancer Jeremy Nedd lives and practices in Brooklyn, NY. Studying dance from a very young age (8 years ...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 4 months ago

Artist Modupeola Fadugba on chance, human agency and conquering fears

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Modupeola Fadugba, born in Togo and now based in Nigeria, is an artist who made a 180 degree turn from her studies in engineering, economics...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 4 months ago

Infinity Studio at Kampnagel – reflections on privatization, militarization & escapism

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Following on from the 5 day residency in Johannesburg at the end of April, Bubblegum Club along with the artists selected to be part of the ...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 4 months ago

Artist and researcher Salome Asega on multivocality, dissensus and a speculative lens

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As an artist and a researcher, Salome Asega's practice is a celebration of multivocality and dissensus. The relationship between her practic...

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Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 4 months ago

Kusheda Mensah’s Debut Collection ‘Mutual’ Inspires Empathy

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Furniture designer and LCC Surface Design graduate Kusheda Mensah's bold debut collection Mutual enunciates a maverick approach to both desi...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 4 months ago

CUSS Group and 1.1 to present new surreal performance ‘Why Die to go to Heaven’ at Alt_Cph 18

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Alt_Cph is an independent exhibition bringing together selected contemporary artist-run and alternative exhibition spaces across Europe. Thi...

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Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 4 months ago

Chris Soal’s First Solo Exhibition – ‘Orbits of Relating’ Opens at NO END Contemporary

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“We think we are liberated by individualism, but in reality we’ve given up so much power. People are so caught up in the nuances of their ow...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 4 months ago

Corner Store editorial documents the cultural history of Robot2Robot

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Killarney race course in Cape Town comes to life every Wednesday evening with petrol heads lining up to see if they can show off their remod...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 4 months ago

CANINE WISDOM FOR THE BARKING DOG – THE DOG DONE GONE DEAF // Exploring the Sonic Cosmologies of Halim El-Dabh with Artistic Intervention at the Dakar Biennial

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Sonically transformed. Haunting vibrations converging in crescendo. Signifying colourways correlating corresponding frequencies as musical n...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 4 months ago

Multimedia artist Rehema Chachage on rituals of survival and subversion

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Multimedia artist from Dar es Salaam, Rehema Chachage uses video and sculptural installations as her chosen mediums to communicate her own e...

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Marcia Elizabeth / art&culture / 4 months ago

Visual artist and storyteller Saaiqa unpacks the mind as a theatre in her series ‘The Fourth Wall’

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"The day of birth for every human being is the start of a lifelong battle to adapt himself to an ever-changing environment. He is usually vi...

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Christa Dee / art&culture / 5 months ago

‘Embroidery For A Long Song’ // merging the traditional and the modern in a neon-inspired meditation on female energy

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'I rise, I run. I even try dancing' - these are the first words one hears after being greeted by the music from 'Khaleeji' (the ten piece ba...

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