Bumba & Andre

Proposal: “Bumba & Andre is an African artistic duo who works with a plethora of media. As two collaborative artists, they typically work with: drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, video, text, photography and performance. Bumba & Andre is black and white, male and female, and thus their artistic concerns expand to encompass the phenomenon of dichotomy […]

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Ulrich Diezmann

Proposal: Infinity is not a place The photo series “X.Berg – Day and Night” by Ulrich Diezmann first offers aesthetic views of his – and my – neighborhood, far from the hustle and bustle. We look at orthogonal waterways, railways and streets, and on blank walls whose upper edges simulate a horizon. Does the artist […]

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Miabo Enyadike

Proposal: My work is about flower arrangements and flower displays in an Abstract way. The flowers are represented in an unusual quirky way with very vibrant colors that are meant to be distinct but at the same time appealing. The vases represent the display of the flowers and the versatility in which flowers are arranged […]

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Edition Vary

Proposal: The vision for this year’s show would be a hung exhibition of each of the students’ artworks for sale, as well as a workshop space run by jan and Lebo. The workshops will be focused on etchings and linocuts – with all the materials provided by Edition Vary. The idea is for visitors to […]

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Free Flow

Proposal: We tell stories through our work. We share and conjure emotions through our pieces. Our work is not a collection of static images of the human figure – rather they are carefully thought out artworks that hope to elicit a response from the viewer. We learn to yield our materials to the stories we […]

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The Printing Girls

Proposal: Following on from our exciting and successful show at The Fringe last year, we would like to exhibit again this year, and introduce our new artists alongside our original 6 Printing Girls. We have grown, doubled in size in fact, since last year – and can’t wait to show off the amazingly talented new […]

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Eve de Jong

Proposal: “The artist shapes the beautiful and useful out of the dump heap of human life.” Claude Lévi-Strauss My work talks to the possibility of reinvention and second chances. A bottle top is not just a bottle top – it is reshaped, a light. A table does not just hold drinks – it tells a […]

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Nkosinathi Khumalo

Proposal: MIGRANT Coming from Soweto a township that was established when demand for migrant labour increased as a result of the Gold Rush. I grew up in a township almost surrounded by mine dumps, where I used to run and play as a child. A mine dump is an unnatural (manmade) space that was never […]

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Calabash stone products

Proposal: I am live in Mpumalanga in Hazyview and also working in hospitality industry but I am dreaming about, Calabash stone products up there local and international. I do bedside lamps, wall lamps from Calabash and rock fountain and any other designs interior and exterior decoration Machona Xirhami waMuchipisi Biography: My name is Elliot Hlongwane […]

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Claudia Shneider

Proposal: I want to exhibit my installation titled Personal portable water-recycling unit, see photo below, as well as a group of watercolours. Personal portable water-recycling unit is self-explanatory in times where water has become a commodity that no matter how precious, is still taken for granted and worse, abused. Even before we begin relocating to […]

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