The visual landscape of Asiyami Gold

August 27, 2014

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It’s been a minute since I have been excited about ‘African fashion’. I feel like everyone and their neighbour is feeding us the same meal. However there is one label which has fed me something I haven’t tasted in a…

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Experimental sounds

August 20, 2014


Before I moved to London, I fell helplessly in love with experimental R&B/hip-hop. I am talking about sounds by the likes of  Kaytranada, Stwo, Flume and so forth. My love has gone to a new level since this kind of…

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FACTICIUS, the moving sculptures

August 13, 2014


FACTICIUS, the moving sculptures by Keyezua are man-made and expressive, animistic sculptures homage to the artist’s roots. Keyezua roots in Dutch and Angolan culture play an important role in her choices for FACTICIUS. The two sculptures embody her personality as…

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The World War I in Africa Project: What Happened In Africa Should Not Stay In Africa

August 4, 2014


In Australia we celebrate ANZAC (Australian New Zealand Army Corps) day which is a national remembrance day which commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations and the contribution and suffering of…

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