Intraparadox, An Interview with Taiwo Olugbemega Ohu

This feature of Intraparadox was recorded three years ago, at that time due to my intellectual gymnastics research pursuits I was challenged to look at objects and the meaning they acquire through our relationships with them through usage. I considered footwear especially diteki – tekkies or sneakers.… Read More Intraparadox, An Interview with Taiwo Olugbemega Ohu

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Intraparadox, An Interview with Prince Menzi Mthethwa

This feature of Intraparadox was recorded three years ago, at that time due to my intellectual gymnastics research pursuits I was challenged to look at objects and the meaning they acquire through our relationships with them through usage. I considered footwear especially diteki – tekkies or sneakers.… Read More Intraparadox, An Interview with Prince Menzi Mthethwa

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Intraparadox, An Interview with Nkhensani Rihlampfu

In this edition of Intraparadox series, Part 1 of a planned two part series, I talk to Nkhensani Rihlampfu against the backdrop of his solo exhibition Mintsu Island. Our conversation traces his coming of age in his home town Modimolle, his growing interest in studying art and the ensuing challenges that cropped up in his life journey to become a practicing fine artists. This is a story of a triumphant spirit against the odds. … Read More Intraparadox, An Interview with Nkhensani Rihlampfu

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Gather Ye Rose Buds While Ye May Group Exhibition

According to BKhz the concept of this exhibition was stimulated by the late Bob Mabena’s last words shared via Instagram on the 9 August 2020 before his passing. In that post Mabena, a legend in the radio waves and at that time Power FM radio host and station manager, remarked “Gather ye Rose-buds while ye may, Old Time is still a flying and this same flower that smiles today. Tomorrow will be…”… Read More Gather Ye Rose Buds While Ye May Group Exhibition

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Intraparadox-profundity, Beauchamp

I want to cut this thing of tribalism in the arts. This is found in Afrikaner shows only, black shows only, still in 2021. In that sense you realise that you are stumbling across something that has been forged in steel, fire and blood for a long time. It is something that I always find interesting.
– Mxolisi Vusimuzi Beauchamp,
speaking in the context of Coffee + Medium Exhibition. 24 March 2021
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