A zeitgeist of the early naughties obsessed with the banality of the internet. A symbol of collective youth anxiety. Just how does vaporwave fit into the SA context? Tiger Maremela writes.
Jake Singer’s current exhibition imagines what the world will be like after the fourth industrial revolution. Catch a glimpse of the works here.
AHEM! is South Africa’s first gallery dedicated to illustration, concept art and animation. Read our quick interview with its founders.
Lhola Amira took a trip to Ghana recently to see what 60 years of decolonisation looks like. We caught up with the artist to discuss her trip, and the resultant body of work.
Marianne Thesen Law brings together language, technical creativity and visual seduction to create compelling moving-image artworks.
This week’s creative cool brings new exhibitions, music videos, trippy botanicals, and so much more.
Take a trip through Cape Town-based fine artist, Nabeeha Mohamed’s multi-layered and richly textured still lifes and landscapes.
We speak with Cupido about his first large-scale installation for Nando’s Orpington and his latest solo exhibition.
This week we recommend letting loose on the dance floor, trying a poké bowl and testing your GIF-making talents.
Meet the artist Shayna Arvan, whose soft and serene artworks are impressions from her everyday life in Cape Town.
Jay Pather schools us on the transformative power of Live art.
Purity Mkhize releases a brand new singe and music video. Plus: festivals, art exhibitions, creative talks and workshops to go to this week.
Since his days as a detained political activist, Xolile Mtakatya has grown and grown as an artist. We speak to him about his process and career so far.
We caught up with Nkoali Nawa, miner turned artist, to speak about his artistic process, his journey so far and his work with the Nando’s Art Initiative.
Part of a Masters of Fine Art exhibition, Callan Grecia’s ‘These Aesthetics are not New’ seeks to interrogate the relationship between IRL and URL and how our ways of seeing are ingrained in thousands of years of visual literacy.