We’ve trawled the programme to help you start planning your viewing schedule for the Durban International Film Festival.
Person: Sean Metelerkamp
In the third and final instalment of Sean Metelerkamp’s chaotic ‘Street Melodies Eternal’ film series we’re transported to London.
The majority of Sean Metelerkamp’s New York encounters were with war veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress. Watch here.
In ‘Street Melodies Eternal’, Sean Metelerkamp pieces together a choatic construction of Cape Town, New York and London. See part one here.
The first compendium of stories, photos and paraphernalia from the Twenty Journey trip has been published as a sleek, soft-cover publication edited by Sarah-Claire Picton and designed by Hanno Van Zyl.
Our final list as part of Photography Month is a forward looking one focused on long-term and ongoing photographic projects – some of them have just begun, others have spanned entire photographic careers and a few are now complete.
We chat to Sipho Mpongo, Sean Metelerkamp and Wikus de Wet to find out how the Twenty Journey has shaped them and their perceptions of SA and its people.
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 […]
Today we’re looking at some delightfully offbeat diptych photographs, an art installation in the making using 5000 recycled plastic bottles and a series of pen and watercolour portraits.
As South Africa reaches 20 years of democracy, three young photographers will document their findings on a cross-country trip called the ‘Twenty Journey’.
It’s National Youth Month and time for our annual Young South Africa Series. This year Velocity Afrika joined us to make our first ever Young SA video too!
The launch of ART54’s public art displays, crest designs for real and fictional characters and a mural by Marna Hattingh for CT’s new ‘Blah Blah’ bar.
As South Africa reaches two decades of democracy this year, three young photographers are embarking on a journey across the land to ask important questions and document their findings.
This series is the latest from Sean Metelerkamp but also includes some of the first photos he shot. Future Face took over five years, on and off, to complete being photographed in 2007, 2008, 2011 and 2012 at Monte Rosa old age home in Cape Town.