For Aaliyah Kara, art is a form of activism, but not all art has to be overtly political. Read our interview with the spoken word poet.
In this countdown Q&A, Samukelisiwe Dube speaks to us about her beading patterns, inspiration and lessons she’s learnt along the way.
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.
Warren Editions was the the only print making studio from Africa to participate in the A/EB Fair in NY. We speak to Zhané Warren to find out more about the local printmaking scene.
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.
Performing artist Buhlebezwe Siwani talks about the mesmerising impact Diane Victor’s smoke portraits had on her during a high school outing.
Get to know the eclectic Johannesburg-based singer/songwriter and listen to two atmospheric tracks ahead of her debut solo album.
This multi-media artists uses everyday found objects to playfully interrogate perceptions of reality.
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.
The artist opens up about her choreopoem ‘Songs for Khwezi’ after performing it for the first time on home soil.
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.
The drag/theatre/writing queen takes to YouTube to unpick pertinent topics like male privilege and subjectivity.
From Durban with love, light and hot psychedelic grooves.
Since his first EP in 2013, Muzi’s unique brand of hard-electro has been garnering audiences the world over.