EXHIBITIONS, PROJECTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Further insights regarding featured exhibitions and projects are available in the the artist's blog.
Look Me in the Eye Exhibition
The Satyrs and Maenads were associated with Bacchus and would follow him frolicking around like crazy dancing kooks. The graceful leopard, which was one of Bacchus’s associated sacred animals, looks on at the satyrs and quietly poses the question, has anyone seen their marbles?
AAI TRAILS Collaboration Exhibition
The TRAILS exhibition was made possible by the America Arts Incubator and ZER01. We worked as a collaboration of artists from diverse backgrounds to create an interactive exhibition where viewers can engage and activate artworks via augmented reality where layers within the artwork are unveiled with tech.
The Home(lands) Exhibition
Exhibition at the Association of Arts in Cape Town, South Africa. Many of my depictions within the body of work dealt with trying to represent archetypes of human emotion and existence which is being experienced in a new manner in a post-modern, social media driven digital age.
Thami Nyele Fine Art Awards
The Thami Mnyele Fine Arts Awards (TMFAA) is a contemporary fine arts completion which seeks to inspire the passion that the late acclaimed resistance artist Thami Mnyele had for art.
American Arts Incubator in South Africa
The American Arts Incubator (AAI) is a creative exchange program that utilises community-driven digital and new media art projects to instigate dialogue, build communities, bolster local economies, and further social innovation.
RMB Talent Unlocked
The intense theoretical and practical program provided vital knowledge from within the art world facilitated by successful individuals in the business of arts prepared and facilitated by a vast variety of specialists within the industry.
Sasol New Signatures Awards
As a kid, I had much respect for the union buildings, later in life as news became apparent I day-dreamt about the 'games' in the lower gardens. Ironically I recently saw an image of the Gupta's rooftop styled a chessboard.
Pretoria Art Museum BA Showcase
The artist reminisces and stated that she will never forget intrigue which the museum instilled back in the day. A place where ideas are valued, artefacts are preserved, delicate creations are cherished and accessible for the general public.