We catch up with Lady Skollie about her latest solo, its unapologetic political undertone and her first ‘official’ performance at Joburg Art Fair.
Person: Laura Windvogel
Want to know about the business of art? Lady Skollie says be consistent, know your audience and always call the shots.
Get to know the creative womxn who’ll be speaking at the 10and5 X conference on 13 August, 2016.
Three heads are better than one…until they turn against each other. Lady Skollie contrasts egotism, compassion and living for the likes in this new comic.
Inspired by a sense of wanderlust and adventure, the Travel exhibition brings together 15 contemporary South African artists’ work ranging across mediums.
In this edition of MAKING, travelling barber Jonny Joel gives Laura Windvogel (aka Lady Skollie) a fresh cut.
‘Kaleido’ is Crystal Birch’s first commercial millinery venture, with 9 boater style hats in seasonal colours inspired by her friends/collaborators.
Describing himself as a designer whose output is performance, Francesco Nassimebeni wrote and directed Whateverland – a wonderful spectacle that takes us on a journey to the ‘you’ within.
Protest is a group show at Hazard curated by Beathur Mgoza Baker that comprises artworks from Pan-African artists that engage with notions of resistance.
Working under the pseudonym of Lady Skollie, Laura Windvogel’s confrontational art revolves around the themes of gender roles and relationships.
A Pholoso Selebogo styled fashion editorial gives us a window into another world and we’re taking a peek inside Joburg’s new smile-inducing restaurant Mr Big Stuff.
In Oh Wow! this week we’re looking at an incredible origami window display that took over 45 hours to complete while listening to ‘wilderness techno’.
This week we’re looking forward to a bicycle exhibition at SAM by Stan Engelbrecht, Ricky Lee Gordon’s first ever indoor solo show and the opening of Infecting The City public arts festival.
A collaboration between artist Laura Windvogel and photographer Gabriella Achadinha, inspired by the sensual, mysterious and enigmatic paintings of Gauguin.
While we were taking a sabbatical from screens, SA’s creatives were busy as ever publishing photo shoots, music videos, unseen artworks and new editions. Take a look!