Isabella Potenza

Proposal: Normalising the Natural A series of photographs that explore femininity, sensitivity, the physical and the natural. In society, menstruation is still considered somewhat of a taboo and is visually not recognised or accepted as natural and normal. Blood is usually associated with violence, anger and pain, whereas menstrual blood needs to be differentiated and […]

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The Printing Girls • Amy van den Bergh • Carmen Ford • Lucy Stuart-Clark

Submitted by: Amy van den Bergh Proposal: Carmen Ford: “Creating commentary on South African news, that is both bold and humorous enables me to handle the continuous flow of negative information on a daily basis. The repetition of images, such as Zuma’s portrait, are inspired by scandals which are often repeated and unresolved. In particular […]

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Almut Determeyer

Proposal: What is your work about? My work is about the connection of figurative and abstract structures and disposals . In the process of painting things can come to life in different ways. It depends on my daily mood, and on my living condition, which I define through two roads : quite personal and more […]

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Imbali Visual Literacy Project

Proposal: Imbali has been involved with the Keisikamma Art Project in a creative skills exchange. The exchange was about collaboration and engaging with each others and our own environments with new eyes and ears. First, the Imbali 3rd year craft students and their facilitators spent 10 days in Hamburg in the Eastern Cape, then 10 […]

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Phumelele Kunene

Submitted by: Phumelele Kunene Proposal: ‘Bad buildings’ is a phrase used to describe the state of various buildings within the city that are classified as dangerous. These buildings qualify to be labelled as such when the market value of the property is less than that of the outstanding debt of the building, or when conditions […]

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