Bring Washboards & Mirrors Tat’ Zanemvula

Washboards and Mirrors is a visual artistic exposition of one of our remarkable authors in Southern Africa and the United States alive today. And like the fictional worlds Mda has constructed over the years the exhibition resists straight-jacketing. This exhibition affords scholars of Mda’s work a rare insight into his other creative terrain and as such; as a documentation that is, it will go on to present an inter-disciplinary occasion between Mda’s contributions in both literature and the visual arts.   … Read More Bring Washboards & Mirrors Tat’ Zanemvula

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Intraparadox, An Interview with Sello Letswalo, O’ Foreman

In this interception, I have a conversation with Sello Letswalo following his recent pop-up exhibition, O’ Foreman, at Trent Gallery, in Tshwane. The artist asserts that in that exhibition, he was preoccupied with Totems as forms of identity, their connection to our lineage and, to a certain extent, our customs.… Read More Intraparadox, An Interview with Sello Letswalo, O’ Foreman

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Intraparadox, An Interview with Navel Seakamela, Inner-Space Revisited

In this interception I have a conversation with Navel Seakamela about his exhibition at Nel Gallery, Cape Town, which was part of the August House // Cape Town Collab – A Cultural Exchange during July and August this year. This event comes to a close on Saturday 28 August. 2021.… Read More Intraparadox, An Interview with Navel Seakamela, Inner-Space Revisited

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Intraparadox, An Interview with Lerato Themba Kuzwayo

When an entourage of artists consisting of Charles Sokhaya Nkosi, Ezekiel Budeli, Tumelo Mokopakgosi, Justice Mokoena and his prodigy Muziwakhe Ndhlovu arrived at the Pretoria Art Museum on 09 April 2021, it faced a monumental task of translating the Setswana proverbs of one of our great artists Lefifi Tladi.… Read More Intraparadox, An Interview with Lerato Themba Kuzwayo

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Who I am is connected to where I live exhibition (2nd edit)

It is a daring undertaking for a curator to attempt to curate and present an exhibition comprising of a body of work of an artist as close as possible to what that artist had in mind when they thought of their work as a coherent cluster[1]. Equally, it is daring for an artist to invite other artists for a joint exhibition. Such an act signals a level of maturity that suggests confidence in the artist as an individual and that they are assured in their artistic abilities when their work is pitted against those of their fellow artists. … Read More Who I am is connected to where I live exhibition (2nd edit)

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