Category Archive: South African digital art

selected/deleted/populated/isolated

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selected/deleted/populated/isolated – cities in the global south (2016) This is a series of studies around 12 cities, 6 in South Africa and 6 in Brazil which were identified by popularity and population size.… Continue reading

Floating Reverie – the online gallery/archive/record/residency

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This video has been created in light of being unable to attend the Anya Fụlụ Ugo Conference in Nigeria. This video is a brief introduction into the paper which will be published shortly… Continue reading

FAK’UGESI CONFERENCE: Floating Reverie – a networked curation experiment

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The Fak’ugesi Digital Africa Conference is an event of the Fak’ugesi Digital Africa Festival which took place in December 2014 at Wits University. The conference was organised by Tegan Bristow with support of a… Continue reading

Carbon City – Day 3

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Carbon City This work was produced as part of a group show for Assemblage called Fresh Produce. “Much of our vocabulary draws on work on the African metropolis which describes the ‘interplay between… Continue reading

Floating Reverie – //2Weeks

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A new project that I started at the beginning of the year together with the support of Nicola Kritzinger is Floating Reverie – There are two main components to Floating Reverie – a residency program and project… Continue reading

Negotiating a Global Culture in South African Digital Art

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“Negotiating a Global Culture in South African Digital Art” was published  in MCD#71 : DIGITALE AFRIQUE CREATION NUMERIQUE ET INNOVATION TECHNOLOGIQUE. It is a follow on from my MA research. The issue is available for… Continue reading

MA Thesis – South African digital art practice

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South African digital art practice: an exploration of the altermodern Abstract: The Altermodern is a critical artistic theory defined by Nicolas Bourriaud, a French theorist and curator. His theory seeks to define a… Continue reading