Woke Arts: Art that embodies our politics

It seems that the greatest burden of the moment we find ourselves in is creating content that is “woke”; the time of “problematising” is upon us and so all art is vulnerable to political scrutiny. I am fortunate enough to be writing this article post the interrogation of the ethics of Afropunk Festival and Abantu…

The Ndebele Superhero in: “Time”

We speak of being our ancestors wildest dreams and this is the fruition of that testament. Photography: @erem_malo Creative direction: @ndebelesuperhero Assistant: @ntabiso_sojane Zana Masombuka’s Time tell’s the tale of our search for the footsteps behind us, lost in the sands. The African offspring’s search and therefore humankind’s quest for who we are. The varying states of the…

The W.O.K.E ARTS Gathering

  The W.O.K.E Arts Gathering is a conscious arts-experience that serves as a platform for growing and independent artists to share their work with an audience that understands. We platform the arts in different executions that come in the form of exhibitions, film fests and other social art experiences. Ranging in various art mediums such as…