Samora Chapman / 26.11.2014 Introducing Wes van Eeden, a multidisciplinary artist from Durban town, who plays with colour like he was cutting down rainbows and redistributing the pieces to the people. We discuss the
Alastair Laird / 22.11.2014 Kim Kardashian's massive booty swallows the internet, Robert Kahn loses everything and Butthead blows his brains out. Last Nub savagery!
Mahala High Five Brigade / 19.11.2014 Every year, the creative kids look forward to Interpret Durban like it's their birthday. It's an opportunity to shine, to kick down the office door and go exploring the sticky
George Kirkinis / Images by CRNKYFRNK / 18.11.2014 A group of young artists from Durban and Cape Town recently took up residency in Clarens, a quaint little town in the Freestate with a strong art heritage. They spent
Samora Chapman / 14.11.2014 Sbu ran away from home when he was seven years old. He caught a ride with a truck to a city. He drifted around that city for a while, until
Alastair Laird / 08.11.2014 Durban's Ebola patient walks free. Forget it, let's get nasty...
Tjobolo Khahliso / 03.11.2014 Filmmaker, intellectual, artist and activist, Steve Kwena Mokwena, remains an enigma in the South African cultural scene. Mokwena’s latest exhibition, a series of drawings entitled ‘A Peek Inside The Heart’,
Samora Chapman / Images by Bryan Little / 30.10.2014 A series of creatures, seemingly painted with light, recently appeared on Rhodes Drive in Newlands, Cape Town. As you drive the winding road from Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens towards Hout Bay
Tommaso Fiscaletti / 28.10.2014 If you imagine something and then you’re able to give it form, you’re bringing into existence that which you cannot see but which already has a certain texture. Spirituality has
Alastair Laird / 27.10.2014 All the cool kids were quick to fuel the Dookoom fire... because it was edgy, exciting, evocative. But was the hype just a storm in a teacup? Al Laird hints