Thursday 12th of December 2019

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The Bavino Sermons

The Bavino Sermons

In an interview with Brenda Sisane of KayaFM on The Art of Sunday, Rampolokeng said he writes poetry in order to find himself and “it’s not up to the poet to provide answers, but it is [theirs] to question”.

Daniel “Kgomo” MOROLONG | Hugh Masekela

Daniel “Kgomo” MOROLONG | Hugh Masekela

It is something like a story told about the sculptor, Alberto Giacometti who was once asked about what he wanted to happen to his works when they’d ultimately have to leave the studio. He replied: “bury them in the earth, like that, they may be a bridge between the living and the dead.”

Patrick Bongoy reinvents the wheel in Matter

Patrick Bongoy reinvents the wheel in Matter

Matter draws out the history of rubber as a precious natural resource and its relationship to the colonial past of the DRC and its afterlives. The works reflect on the violent exploitation of labourers who harvest the material, as well as environmental damage that has occurred as a result.

Makgoba

Makgoba

Eh Joe!/ O kopana le mmane’a hao,/ O botsise ka motswala’ hao,/ O kae Anna?/ Kana o botsisa hore o bjang,/ Ba’o botsa hore o bereka ko Clicks.

Signs You Might Be A Fatphobic Dick-Head

Signs You Might Be A Fatphobic Dick-Head

I was chatting with a friend about my experiences in primary school of male violence and misogyny. About the emotional, psychological and physical violence endured during my adolescents every day for four years. Then it occurred to me that most of it was because of my weight.