Cape Town-based mixed media artist Sitaara Stodel’s highly creative photo-montages, 3D collages and film photographs evoke a passage of time and memories.
Splitting her work up into equal parts conceptual and experimental is what the artist says gives her the drive to keep creating new projects.
The new photographic collective aims to document lesser-known narratives while instilling a Black Consciousness philosophy in all they do. Look through their latest photo-series here.
With food, drink, and camping supplies included, Littlegig is the new boutique festival you’ve been waiting for. Read our Q&A with the founder here.
The artist just dropped an exclusive promo mix ahead of her gig at next year’s CTEMF. Read our interview with K-$ about being a brown, queer, non-binary artist in SA.
Time, and how we imagine and inhabit it is something that the multi-media artist is deeply fascinated with. Her work explores the liminal space where contesting narratives intersect with one another.
On identity, true liberation and why she’d love the EFF to watch her work.
Nick Frost offers a cockeyed glimpse of the colourful personalities on display on any given night out in Cape Town.
Get to know the eclectic Johannesburg-based singer/songwriter and listen to two atmospheric tracks ahead of her debut solo album.
Kate’s new series of “body portraits” sets out to challenge normative narratives around gender and sexuality, instead offering a spectral range of fluid possibilities.
As November kicks off and December starts to creep ever-closer, we take a moment to look back at some of the best local music to come out of October 2016.
You are going to feel like a real weird creep this month. Not on the outside – you look fine. On the inside though, it’s just total creeper.
The first time we featured Ben Johnson on the site was way back in 2011. We catch up with this Cape Town designer to find out more about his recent work.
From New York, to Isreal, Jozi and London – the art that strikes him most is the kind that’s filled with sincerity and intention.
Jo’burg’s a big city, but its social circles are a bit predictable. Your favourite nighttime hangout reveals a lot more than you think.