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 Isaac ‘Sir Ike’ Nkoana

In 2018, in an attempt to understand what was happening in the 1960s and 1970s in the history of our country’s art history, I was privilege to have the opportunity to sit down with one of the surviving artists from that era who based in Tshwane, Isaac ‘Sir Ike’ Nkoana. The publication of this interview… Read More Intraparadox, An Interview with Isaac ‘Sir Ike’ Nkoana

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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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Intraparadox Interview with Thato Seboko: Dye my Memories

On the occasion of Thato Seboko’s upcoming exhibition of which I asked to interview him about his new work I presupposed that he had retained that aspect of his art making preoccupation but that he would be advancing a new vehicle to deliver what is synonymous with his work. I was not proven otherwise when I had the chance to see the work at the opening at the Mellow House Factory on 16 April 2016. The canvas surface was acknowledged and the tint sepia effect that we spoke about in our interview prior to the exhibition opening was unmistakably visible. There were strong works in the exhibition which carried works that one felt more time would’ve done them justice. One left the exhibition space hopeful of the artistic journey that lies ahead of Seboko. … Read More Intraparadox Interview with Thato Seboko: Dye my Memories

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