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89plus | HAROON GUNN-SALIE

89plus | HAROON GUNN-SALIE

Whose voices represent half of the world’s population? Those born in 1989 and later. They are only now beginning to be heard and made more prolific by the digital age which also so…

89plus launches its South African Edition in Cape Town at the 2014 Design Indaba Conference

89plus launches its South African Initiative at Design Indaba 2014

Following the 89plus panel held at the 2014 Design Indaba Conference on February 28, Design Indaba and 89plus, the global research project co-founded by curators Hans Ulrich Obrist and Simon Castets, are partnering…

89plus | KYLA PHILANDER

89plus | KYLA PHILANDER

Whose voices represent half of the world’s population? Those born in 1989 and later. They are only now beginning to be heard and made more prolific by the digital age which also so…

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89plus | VICTORIA WIGZELL

Whose voices represent half of the world’s population? Those born in 1989 and later. They are only now beginning to be heard and made more prolific by the digital age which also so…

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89plus | JODY BRAND

Whose voices represent half of the world’s population? Those born in 1989 and later. They are only now beginning to be heard and made more prolific by the digital age which also so…

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89plus | BOGOSI SEKHUKHUNI

Whose voices represent half of the world’s population? Those born in 1989 and later. They are only now beginning to be heard and made more prolific by the digital age which also so…

Mary Sibande | Triumph Over Prejudice

Mary Sibande | Triumph Over Prejudice

© Mary Sibande. Her Majesty Queen Sophie, 2010. Courtesy of Gallery Momo, Johannesburg.   The art of Mary Sibande tells the tale of her alter-ego character, ‘Sophie’, a domestic servant who finds refuge…

Athi-Patra Ruga | This Future Myth Sublimated In 2D

Athi-Patra Ruga | This Future Myth Sublimated In 2D

In eras past they were considered of higher standing and more precious than painting or sculpture. According to a recent New York Times article tapestries are making a ‘comeback.’ This century they hang within…

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