While she draws inspiration from a range of avenues, she is particularly inspired by African aesthetics – such as primitivism movement or the use of masks, and African culture.
As a post-modernist artist, she delves deep into notions relating to fractured identity, sexuality, living as a black woman in the 21st century, South African culture, as well as breaking stereotypes and cultural norms.
Amogelang works at curating art projects that highlight and place black mastery on a pedestal.
Ruga’s artistic approach to creating myths and alternate realities is both profound and personal.
Lelowhatsgood had a sit down with Moonga K. to chat about his new EP ‘an ode to growth, pt1.’
The artist shares insight on her debut exhibition, as well as the creative inspiration behind Dodaizmt.
Mandisa and ZuluMecca both reside in one undaunted individual who manages to wear both creative hats with ingenious facet.
Artified being is the energy that powers the creativity you see in all productivity that is done by uMbusi
We chat to REWA about her relationship with the three cities and furthermore her taste for art.
As a creative, Roodt recognises the platform she and many others have to drive change.
Tsele unveils work that captures black and brown women in their most innocent setting.
We spoke to Mabandla ahead of his Colors performance.
Responsible for the blaring looks served on Sho Madjozi’s Dumi Hi Phone video, Mlilwana is quickly mounting Facebeat Studio.
“My mission is to bridge the gap through my art and collaborate with like-minded individuals to create a better South Africa,” he says.
Mjo has received numerous accolades for her work, in 2018, she won the award for Most Beautiful Object at Design Indaba, as well as the Nando’s Hot Young Designer Award. Early last year, she exhibited at Milan Design Week – an achievement she is most proud of.