Jake Singer’s current exhibition imagines what the world will be like after the fourth industrial revolution. Catch a glimpse of the works here.
Person: Jake Singer
This week we recommend letting loose on the dance floor, trying a poké bowl and testing your GIF-making talents.
Jake Singer evokes the politics of materials to interrogate the present by reflecting on knowledge structures of the past and imagining the future.
We’re beyond excited to share this sneak peek for this year’s young South Africa series, BAYEZA16. Launching June 16th.
Comprised of mixed-media sculptures and photographic works, ‘Catasrophes’ speaks to the downsides of societal and technological advancements.
This week in Joburg is jam packed with exhibitions, creative events and the like. We’ll be hosting a workshop at the Act | UJ Creative Conference, checking out some group exhibitions and collaborating in a zine making residency.
In Oh Wow! this week: the amazing cover art for Petite Noir’s upcoming album and volume 3 of a cross-continental music project.
Founded by Michaela Limberis, Art Meets Camera is a Cape Town-based initiative that aims to re-evaluate the way we think about and approach photography as an art form.
Today in Oh Wow! we’ve collected some perspective bending campaign images, a new cross-continental mixtape and photographs from an Unordinary exhibition.
Jake Singer’s work responds to urban landscapes and the inherent contradictions within these spaces: the tension between the monumental and decay.
With almost everything back to normal after the festive season, the galleries of Cape Town are kicking the year off with a street store, Viviane Sassen’s third solo show at the Stevenson and a Greatest Hits of 2013’s fine art grads.