In the wake of all of the Charlottesville controversy, the only piece of news that gave me a full scope and understanding of what exactly went down was the below Vice piece by the reporter Elle Reeve. If you haven’t watched it, please do so immediately (added below). There’s a lot to take in with … Continue reading Why the fearless Elle Reeve, in her badass glasses, is officially my role model
The Turbine Art Fair is one of my favorite events held every year in Joburg. This year was no different, if only slightly busier than years before (which can only be a good thing for the event and featured artists). I often find that when there are a group of local artisans gathered you get … Continue reading My Highlights from TAF 2017
Attending Design Indaba was one of the best things I ever invested in. A collection of some of the most innovative, creative, transcendental and revolutionary speakers brought to SA from all over the world where they showcase their projects, philosophies and ideas. You have a mixture of architecture, social engineers, graphic designers and lighting specialists. … Continue reading Design Indaba FOMO No More
Sometimes, the best (or worst) thing about art is that it can have the power to make you uncomfortable. It can put notions in front of you that your mind may have thought before but you’d never dare say to yourself, let alone to anyone else. This is why I’ve been so taken by … Continue reading Morne Venter: A Flesh Coloured Mess
After leaving my job in the beginning of December, I made a point of getting out of Joburg as quickly, and for as long as possible. I didn’t want to immediately feel overwhelmed by my decision. We ended up heading to Cape Town for a few weeks. Yes, I know. Cape Town Over December (all of … Continue reading When in Rome (Cape Town), do as the locals do.