Cape Town based Niamh Walsh-Vorster’s exploratory series shows people with tattoos – including herself – in the personal space of their own bedrooms.
Ilze Wolff believes that architecture is connected to social conditions and the politics of being human. She endeavours to develop an “architectural practice of consequence” through the mediums of design, advocacy, research and documentation.
Sethembile Msezane is a visual artist whose performances subvert colonialist ideologies and highlight the history of black women in South Africa.
Thania Petersen’s current work began with a search to uncover her Cape Malay heritage and in doing so, to bring to light a vital aspect of her identity.
Inspired by a deep appreciation for African folklore, Art of Brother curated a group exhibition centred on two stories relevant to our modern age.
Timothy Gabb documents a South African nomadic family as they forge their way into modernity after a lifetime of wandering on the roads of the Karoo.
This is a first look at “My Heritage, My Inheritance”, a fashion film by TAKEZITO for Laduma Ngxokolo’s knitwear brand MAXHOSA by Laduma.
We speak to Cape Town based filmmaker Richard Finn Gregory about his amazing new documentary teaser, The Boers at the End of the World.
Directed by Darrell Roodt; Winnie Mandela is an epic, heart-wrenching voyage toward understanding one of the world’s most remarkable and enigmatic women.
Simon and Mary is the soon-to-launch millinery brand that pays tribute to a family’s history of the finest millinery traditions, values and craftsmanship.