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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Within the Class Coach, interview with Michael Selekane

‘Most of my work address personal narratives, including my mom, most of my pieces, have female figures. I talk about the importance of women and their contributions to our lives. You know no matter how bad it can become our mothers are always there for us. In some of my work I deal with my experiences. Also with the children, child abuse, it is always happening and we ignore it. I also deal with social exclusion, like what Africans are doing now to Africans – Afrophobia. You see an African calling another African a foreigner despite the fact that they are both black, however if it was a different colour they seldom are this critical. I also deal with political issues.’ Michael Selekane, 2011.… Read More Within the Class Coach, interview with Michael Selekane

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