Gemma Hart / art&culture / 2 hours ago

Photographer Hana Jayne Sho’s series Boys in Light // The Intimate Moments of Collaboration


Forms of flesh awash with pale pink hues, steeped in the sounds Lana Del Rey’s youthful lullabies. Tendrils of smoke twist and turn off the ...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 1 week ago

Visualizing Privilege in the Wake of Woke // With Rebone Masemola

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I am heterosexual I have never been a victim of violence because of my sexuality I still identify as the gender I was born in. I ne...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 3 weeks ago

Love is a Difficult Blue // Cathartic Moments in Collaborative Practice with Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh


Washes of colour bleed into pools of pleasure. Delicately drawn and intricately articulated. Forms of flesh emerge from thread. The intersec...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 2 months ago

Denise Bertschi // State Fiction and the Fallacy of Neutrality

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Stacks of time-stained pages - riffled and rummaged through. Transactions marked only by an undiscovered paper trail. Complicit in ink. Char...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 2 months ago

Thakirah Allie’s Hey Sexy // Countering Catcalling by Claiming the Narrative

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“This led me to only focus on how this makes women feel - about themselves, about their bodies, about their spaces in society and about the ...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 3 months ago

Spellbinders- Whimsical and Witty // Modes of Engaging with the Curatorial Project

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Levitating canvases - layered with brush strokes. Interwoven narratives and dust-laden histories. Display cases bursting with aged newspaper...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 3 months ago

Also Known As Africa // World Fairs and Cultural Colonialism


“The people come to understand that wealth is not the fruit of labour but the result of organised, protected robbery.” - Frantz Fanon The...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 3 months ago

Dollface: Subverting Gendered Norms // In Conversation with Daniella Dagnin

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Dolls fire our collective imagination, for better and – too often – for worse. From life-size dolls the same height as the little girls ...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 4 months ago

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


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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Gemma Hart / fashion / 4 months ago

IKsasa Lami by Siyababa Mtshali // Conscious Design and Time-travelling Narratives

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The technological time-traveler, appears brazenly in this dimension. Donned in silver chains and tassels. The imposing presence is revealed ...

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Gemma Hart / art&culture / 5 months ago

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


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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Gemma Hart / fashion / 5 months ago

Proponents of Collaboration // Swift Thrift & Chaf Kozy

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“Collaborating is especially important for the youth trying to build a name for themselves through their work. You can’t just always be wait...

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