Category Archives: Articulation

2016 Aug. 9: Look back and go forward

by Mbali Zulu Look back and go forward. Looking at the picture of the group I am forced to look back and go forward. What is it that I am looking back at? What is it that I am going … Continue reading

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Mina/ Meg – I was there

Text by Levinia Pienaar Photos by Lindeka Qampi I was fortunate enough to attend the opening of Mina/Meg, a feminist, artist, activist and queer exhibition. This ground breaking event took place at the Kulturhistorisk Museum in Oslo, Norway on Saturday … Continue reading

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2016 May 21: Muholi presents at ICA’s Great Texts/ Big Questions

by Lerato Dumse A packed Hiddingh Hall delivered an enthusiastic round of applause to welcome Zanele Muholi on stage after being introduced by Jay Pather. University of Cape Town (UCT) students, lecturers and members of the public started their Friday evening (May … Continue reading

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2016 May 19: Day 7 PhotoXP visual diaries

by Lebo Mashifane Sunday, 15 May 2016 marked the 7th day of our PXP. The week felt very long and eventful to me, I was surprised that it has only been 7 days for so much to have happened. And it has … Continue reading

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2016 May 25: “The mood was tense”

by Leptie Phume I remember the 25th of May was on a Saturday then, the younger me was very excited that it will be my birthday the following day and mom will come. Well that is what I was told … Continue reading

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2016 May 10: I am a strong, queer black woman and a survivor

by Shirley Ndaba (Hendricks) I have been an orphan, had no one to comfort of protect me and I have made it through life. I have seen the darkest shades of darkness, I have been hurt countless times, I fell … Continue reading

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2016 April 18: “The fashionista in Me”

by Leptie Phume About 3 years ago I got the opportunity to be featured in Faces and Phases, a series by Zanele Muholi. Back then I had little knowledge of who she was and I didn’t understand the series at … Continue reading

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