by Wendy Khumalo Ukuba: The journey of becoming, is a collaboration between Thembi Mthembu and Thalente Khomo who are both members of the Amasosha Art Movement. The Bodies of work are about self-discovery of agitation of feelings which invoke conversations about being … Continue reading
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By Lindiwe Dhlamini The day started with laughter around the breakfast table, sharing a meal with Professor Sir Zanele Muholi, Lindeka Qampi, Bajabulile Dhlamini and my childhood friend Khabonina Makhoba. The plan was to go to Wits University Drama Department, … Continue reading
Reflections on Zanele Muholi’s talk @ Impact Hub Oakland by Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene “I’m a visual activist. I prefer, or want, to think that what I’m doing is activism using visuals as means to articulate my many issues…Activism, activism—to … Continue reading
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