The exhibition Interfacing New Heavens, which comprises of work by Vanessa Lorenzo and Tebogo George Mahashe, pierces the frontiers of contemporary art by fusing visual art with science and Indigenous Knowledge Systems. … Read More Intraparadox: An Interview with Danielle Oosthuizen, Tebogo George Mahashe & Sinathemba Twalo, Interfacing New Heavens
Bridget Modema, a sculptor based in Tshwane, fuses glass and steel to interpret the unseen, the intangible world that permeates our immediate world. … Read More Intraparadox: An Interview with Bridget Modema, A Vehicle of Frequencies & Vibrations
Patrick Rulore’s winning of SASOL New Signatures Art Competition in 2019 might have come as a surprise to anyone who has followed this art competition closely over the years. … Read More Intraparadox: An Interview with Patrick Rulore, A Stage for Moments
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 Intraparadox, Exclusive: Gather Ye Rose Buds While Ye May Group Exhibition
Bruce Bowale has returned to the basics of his mix-media technique. At its core, his art is preoccupied with interrogating the culture of reading and the crises our African languages faces.
… Read More Intraparadox, An interview with Bruce Bowale
Philiswa Lila has stayed the course to weave some interesting forms hovering on the brink of abstraction. … Read More Intraparadox, An Interview with Philiswa Lila
This project exhibition, Coffee + Medium, first came to Beauchamp when he saw his friend and artist Asanda Kupa working with this non-traditional art medium. He was struck with an idea to extend the use of this medium as a challenge to other artists that he has kept contact with over the years.… Read More Intraparadox, Interview with Mxolisi Vusimuzi Beauchamp,