Naming her first DSLR after William Kentridge, Paris meticulously captures movement and moments to tell stories that lie within an “invisible frame”.
Author: Rebecca Looringh Van Beeck
By wrapping the statue of Paul Kruger (in central Pretoria) in tinfoil for the Cool Capital Biennale, artist ‘r1’ aims to regenerate dialogue and overlooked discussions about these monuments in a subtle but provocative way.
These four micro films, directed by Esté van Aswegen and Lizanne Vissershot and by Jolynn Minnaar for local fashion brand MarethColleen, are quick, exciting and evocative.
This year’s Kunjanimation Film Festival promises captivating animation and includes creative workshops from knowledgeable industry professionals.
Flashing imagery and powerful lyrics carry symbolism and significance in Tumi’s new music video directed by Kyle Lewis.
Gerard Addison’s ‘Colours of You’ campaign encourages PE locals to embrace their true colours and connect, using art to communicate SA’s cultural vibrancy.
MTN 8’s new TV commercial shows a group of soccer players playing with a ball that has been set alight, capturing a sense of exhilaration and danger.
For five recent film graduates, ‘Tok Tokkie’ is the name of their proposed documentary that hopes to record a cross country road trip around South Africa.
Chris Auret’s solo exhibition, You Have My Word, promises colour, conversation and the cosmos. His exhibited body of work is comprised of three distinct (but connected) chapters that explore a progression between art and artist.
Mazda has recently relaunched in South Africa with three new models. To reintroduce Mazda to South Africans, advertising agency, Black River FC, decided to tell the brand’s story by moving back through time.
Artist Jared Aufrichting worked with the Football Foundation of South Africa to run a mural painting workshop for the children of Gansbaai and proceeded to document the experience in a series of beautiful B&W film photographs.
Hip hop group Dookoom have had their say in relation to the uproar surrounding their track “Larney, Jou Poes”. Dane Dodds, however, newcomer and director of the controversial music video for the song, has an interesting perspective to share especially since he grew up on a farm in the Western Cape. We asked him more.