Today we’re watching a delightful animated music video directed by Sebastian Borckenhagen, looking at things that Ruann Coleman bent himself and listening to a (very) sneak preview of Desmond and the Tutus’ upcoming album.
ONE – The video for Miami Horror’s new single Wild Motion (Set It Free), directed by Sebastian Borckenhagen.
TWO – Branding for Mänifold by Daniel Ting Chong.
FIVE – Paintings by Daniella Mooney.
SIX – An album teaser and cover art for Enjoy Yourself, a 3-part album that Desmond and The Tutus will be releasing over the next 5 months.
SEVEN – New pieces by Faith 47 in Durban’s Warwick triangle. She says: “I’m specifically interested in exploring this notion of the informal economy. I was struck by the potent energy of this area. The paintings are portraits of some of the traders in the area, a tribute to the everyday man on the street.”
EIGHT – A young artist seeking balance, Ruann Coleman‘s work consists of found objects sourced from nature and junk yards that he shapes or distorts so that they become free-standing sculptures or balance precariously against one another. We recently visited him in studio to see his process first-hand.
NINE – Explore the Rubble Shore by Jean de Wet.
TEN – Photographs by Sean Metelerkamp, Wikus de Wet and Sipho Mpongo from their travels across South Africa for the Twenty Journey. Follow their progress here.