BŪJIN [ Dani Kyengo O’Neill] is a South African sonic performer, producer and sound artist whose work predominates live performance, composition, collaboration, production, dj-ing, sound installation and sonic based research.
The South African Pavilion has opened at the Venice Biennale – We spoke with the curators Nkule Mabaso and Nomusa Makhubu to find out more about their decisions and how they went about working with space.
Ben Orkin is a Cape Town-based artist who is currently completing his studies at Michaelis School of Fine Art. This fresh 20-year-old designs and makes clothing, bags, mosaics, bead-works and photography as well as producing a line of ceramics under his artist’s name ‘NEBNIKRO’. You have an eclectic (and […]
Foodies Ming-Cheau Lin, Khanya Mzongwana, Parusha Naidoo, Tamzyn La Gorce and Kaeli Justus share with us their best-loved festive food traditions.
From Ultra Mel custard to Bakers Choice Assorted Biscuits, two Joburg creatives illustrate iconic December ingredients.
Owner of online shop Denim Palace, Nwabisa Ntlokwana, knows a thing or two about Instagrammable fashion. Check out our interview with the creative.
Fashion stars Sanele Xaba, Junette Syster, Mia Dennis and Mziyanda Malgas are advocating inclusivity. We caught up with them to find out how they got their start.
In a candid interview, former Fruit and Veggies lead Purity Zinhle Mkhize talks about her solo project ‘Pure’ and latest music video.
From Janelle Monae to Elizabeth Bennet of ‘Pride and Prejudice’, fashion blogger and actor Ricci-Lee Kalish talks to us about what inspires her.
Emerging photographer Lubabetu Abubakar shares her brand new portrait and editorial series, and chats about her upcoming show at Lagos Photo Festival.
Alrick September and Simon Orgill write and act out hilarious comedy skits. We chat to them about their popular YouTube channel Sep And Simon.
In a retrospective interview, we ask artists Kyla Philander, Nas Hoosen and Amy Ayanda to recollect a year’s worth of memorable moments, both good and bad.
The music video for Die Antwoord’s ‘Baby’s on Fire’ was co-directed by Terence Neale of Egg Films and Die Antwoord’s own, Ninja. We asked them about the experience.
This is a video interview with Lo$er, an illustrator and graffiti artist from Cape Town, only it’s not. While the video is, in Lo$er’s own words, “just a bit of fun”, it also makes a statement about DA Councilor JP Smith’s new by-law making graffiti illegal.
We did a post about MK is a while ago and asked if you had any questions for the creative team behind the campaign. Here’s a recap: