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Le kaléidoscope propose une veille de sites croisant art, vidéo, féminisme, cinéma, genre.... Une veille qui collecte et partage.
Cette interface agit tel "un instrument tubulaire contenant un jeu de miroirs et des fragments de verre mobiles, diversement découpés et colorés, produisant des figures qui varient à chaque secousse reçue par l’appareil." (définition du kaléidoscope par notre chère Académie française) auquel on aurait judicieusement ajouté du gender.

2019 June 16 : In her arms
I woke up in my lover’s arms yesterday My arms were wrapped around her She told me I am here for you I am here for (...)
I woke up in my lover’s arms yesterday My arms were wrapped around her She told me I am here for you I am here for us I woke up in my lover’s arms yesterday It felt so perfect It felt so right She kept on looking at me She even looked at me when I was asleep By the time I was awake There she was With her gracious smile With her reassured face With her beautiful face I woke up in my lover’s arms yesterday She couldn’t believe I was there She couldn’t stomach I was right there She couldn’t digest I was standing there Ready to love her Like how I have loved her all along I woke up in my lover’s arms yesterday She made sure everything was right The mood was too good So good I woke up in my lover’s arms yesterday I didn’t want to let her go I wouldn’t have if it wasn’t for…… (...)
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2019 June 15 : Talking gender transition with Aluta Humbane
by Wakhe Sebenza “Growing up I’ve always wanted to be a girl; I always saw myself as a girl… However, the idea of it (...)
by Wakhe Sebenza “Growing up I’ve always wanted to be a girl; I always saw myself as a girl… However, the idea of it was so scary that I had to retreat, because I mean here you are in a male body and you are fantasising about being a woman. It was a bit psychotic, it was confusing to the mind” -Aluta Humbane The LGBTIAQ+ community is currently celebrating pride month, it is celebrated each year in the month of June to honour the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan USA.  This seems like a perfect time to talk about the challenges facing the community. Some people don’t identify their gender as the sex they were assigned at birth. Some people, for example, may have been born with a penis, and designated male at birth as a result, but later realize that they identify as women and typical social (...)
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2019 June 15 : Durban University of Technology celebrates diversity.
by Wakhe Sebenza As we all know, various events are held celebrating LGBT+ Pride month, which is the month of June. (...)
by Wakhe Sebenza As we all know, various events are held celebrating LGBT+ Pride month, which is the month of June. We attended a celebration and awareness dialogue by Durban University of Technology, held on the 7th of June 2019. One of the Speakers of the day, a middle distance runner from Durban and has represented South Africa in many races around the world in countries like Australia, United states of America, Germany and more recently, France. Her name is Hlengiwe Buthelezi, the first African to be onto the Board of Directors of the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) – a worldwide sport and cultural event that promotes acceptance of sexual diversity, featuring lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender athletes and artists. “I am a gay woman, a woman who loves another woman, married (...)
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A Conversation with Wendy Khumalo on Rugby Coaching and Photography
by Wakhe Sebenza Like the rainbow flag, we are bold, lively and colourful, it’s Pride month – a global initiative (...)
by Wakhe Sebenza Like the rainbow flag, we are bold, lively and colourful, it’s Pride month – a global initiative celebrating diversity, inclusion and acceptance to raise awareness of LGBT+ rights. We are speaking to some of the Extraordinaires within the LGBTIA+ community. We spoke to Wendy Khumalo, she is a former Springbok Women’s rugby player, currently a rugby coach and also a Photographer, let’s get to know her and the work that she does. It is true when they say it takes a village to raise a child, with the work that Wendy does, coaching the younger generation rugby, the love and support she gives the children. She is also a photographer, one of the careers that maybe overlooked as a career, Wendy’s message to a student who might be in matric and they are about to make that (...)
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Joyce Pensato (1941-2019)
Joyce Pensato dans son atelier
Joyce Pensato dans son atelier g/“I Must Be Dreamin'” (2007), émail sur toile. d: On the Way", 2008 fusain et pastel sur papier “Joyce Pensato: Batman Returns” @Friedrich Petzel Gallery (2012) Dans les années 1990, l'arrivée à Paris de Joyce Pensato était toujours annoncée comme une sorte de tornade grunge. Installée chez Anne de Villepoix (qui fut d'ailleurs la première à la montrer) elle partait à la galerie avec ses figures grimaçantes croisant Mickey Mouse, Felix le Chat, Homer Simpson ou [This is Not] Groucho Marx en passant par Batman ou Donald Duck. Quitte à les refaire sur place.Pour Pensato, ces figures de la culture populaire et des films d'animation n'ont jamais constitué, comme il est supposé du pop art américain canonique, une façon de se distancer du monde de la gestualité. Au (...)
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2019 July 14 : The man behind Somnyama the song- DJ Kabila
by Wakhe Sebenza His love for the deejay box dates back to the late 1990s. He has an undisputed gift of knowing (...)
by Wakhe Sebenza His love for the deejay box dates back to the late 1990s. He has an undisputed gift of knowing how to keep a capacious, jam-packed dance floor rocking the entire night. His love for music remains untainted even after a car accident that left him wheelchair bound in September 1999. It was exactly two months after his accident that he started exploring his talent with beats, Real name Siyanda Makanya he goes by the name DJ Kabila. His name appears on some of the biggest projects, like Blackcoffee Ibiza 17 Appreciation mix, we see it on house afrika sessions 8, We spoke to him about his journey to music and his new hit single Somnyama with Wendy Soni on the Vocals. He also speaks about being part of Somnyama Ngonyama interpreted by 25 KwaZulu-Natal visual artists, (...)
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2019 June 14 : Wendy Soni, Her vocal highness behind Somyama
by Wakhe Sebenza The amazing vocals behind Somnyama by DJ Kabila, her name is Wendy Soni. She is a Musician and a (...)
by Wakhe Sebenza The amazing vocals behind Somnyama by DJ Kabila, her name is Wendy Soni. She is a Musician and a business woman. She is featured on some hits such as Intokazi with DJ Cndo to name one, but today we are talking Somnyama. Her love for music began back at school and after matric she decided that’s exactly what she was going to pursue. Story of a black child, there was not enough money to further her studies but that didn’t stop her from chasing her dream. Trained by the streets, went from one theatre to another.. It’s all on the audio below, Enjoy.
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2019 June 13 : Using soccer and Pool to change lives
by Nonkululeko Dube “I realised these kids are not bad they just need guidance and a father figure. I had to (...)
by Nonkululeko Dube “I realised these kids are not bad they just need guidance and a father figure. I had to introduce sports to them” says Siyabonga Ngcaweni known as “Coach” in Pantus Hill community, an informal settlement located in Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. 35-year-old Ngcaweni is from Umzimkhulu but practically grew up in Pantus Hill. He was raised by both parents, until his father was shot dead in 2002. Coach was born differently abled and attended Open Air, a boarding school that provides education to children with special educational needs. This is where his love for sports started. He played pool and table tennis. Ngcaweni studied computer studies at Durban University of Technology in 2004 and also studied Digitising and video editing at the (...)
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2019 June 12 : Ikhono Lasenatali : a collaborative step towards the rise of art in Africa.
by Welcome Lishivha The KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) displayed artworks made from various mediums (...)
by Welcome Lishivha The KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) displayed artworks made from various mediums (ranging from charcoal, woodcut carving, beaded string, oil and acrylic on canvas and paper, pastel on paper, and others) interpreting Professor Sir Zanele Muholi’s Somnyama Ngonyama: Hail The Dark Lioness, an ongoing photographic project that recently received the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation best photography book award at an event hosted at the Royal Society of Arts in the UK.
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2019 June 9 : Creating and sharing art knowledge in the Eastern Cape.
Text by Aluncedo Cetywayo Images: by Aluncedo Cetywayo and Charmain Carrol Wednesday 29 May afternoon in (...)
Text by Aluncedo Cetywayo Images: by Aluncedo Cetywayo and Charmain Carrol Wednesday 29 May afternoon in Johannesburg, from Parktown to Park Station with heavy baggage filled with donations for BNM art centre founded by Charmain Carrol based in Ngqwarha, Mount Frere in Eastern Cape. I am travelling to Mount Frere with Charmain Carrol by bus, we were tired so we spent most of the travelling hours sleeping in the bus until we reached Mount Frere at 5:45am. It is a very small town and it was freezing cold, we had to wait a for a while waiting for Charmain’s colleague to fetch us in town and take us to the village where Charmain’s home is at. The moment we got to the gate at Charmain’s home her dogs Nelly and Timony gave us the warmest welcome jumping on us. The cold was just too much (...)
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2019 June 4 : Muholi donates photographic equipment to Ekurhuleni photographers.
Text by Yaya Mavundla Photos by Thembela Dick On Tuesday 4 June 2019,  we headed to Springs Art Gallery in (...)
Text by Yaya Mavundla Photos by Thembela Dick On Tuesday 4 June 2019,  we headed to Springs Art Gallery in Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg, were Professor. Sir Zanele Muholi was scheduled to hand over a donation of 13 DSLR cameras, SD cards, camera bags and compact tripods to the students currently enrolled in the Ekurhuleni Photography Project. Muholi, an internationally renowned visual artist, activist and photographer born in Umlazi, Durban, is an Honorary Professor at the University of the Arts/ Hochschule für Künste in Bremen. On arrival, we were informed that Muholi’s flight was delayed and therefore will no longer be present. However the ceremony will continue as planned as the goods were already delivered to the gallery. Muholi was meant to travel from Durban to hand over the equipment to  (...)
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Nous sommes toutes des Marie Vassilieff (2) : L'exigence de transparence dans les organismes artistiques. #comingout
Le monde de l'art en marionettes, par Marie Vassilieff. Matisse et Picasso, "l'Architecte" (cf. Le Corbusier) et Marie Vassilieff elle même. Alors qu'ont commencé en France les réunions de la "commission Bruno Racine", que le Ministre a chargé de "constituer un collège d'intellectuels, d'experts et d'acteurs du secteur (le tout au masculin) afin de mener une réflexion sur « l’auteur et l’acte de création » (le tout au masculin), un très intéressant tableur Google a fait son apparition le 31 mai. Il appelle, en effet, à la transparence des salaires dans les organismes artistiques, à l'ère de "la logique culturelle du musée dans le capitalisme tardif" (1) Sur ce Google drive, des personnes travaillant dans des musées (du poste de régisseur·se à celui de conservateur·rice en chef, pas beaucoup de (...)
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2019 May 29 : Stwetla, living in danger but still living
Text by Maureen Majola                                                                                                            (...)
Text by Maureen Majola                                                                                                                       Images by Akhona Hailele Stwetla is a small section of Alexandra Township which consists of informal settlements only. For many years this area had no electricity nor running water. It was just in 2016 where the community leader Bab Linda Twala built new shacks for some families and installed electricity for the residence of Stwetla. Over the years there has been families that have been moved by Local Housing to new houses in the area but you will find that most of the people who were given houses will come back and claim their space in Stwetla and build themselves another shack to either rent out or live in themselves. There are shacks that are built right at the river bank and every time it rains the (...)
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2019 May 29 : Forgiveness
The fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed on it. by Nonkululeko “Sicka” Mthunzi They say (...)
The fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed on it. by Nonkululeko “Sicka” Mthunzi They say time heals all wounds, but healing comes with forgiving? A wound can heal but does the scar also fade with time without the perpetrator showing remorse? He crushed our little violets and they shed on his heels. Just because he was imprisoned with the last fragrance of our violets, only then does he seek forgiveness. Guess what Rome was not built in one day. Our societies are fogged with a cloud full of hate, resentment, anger, sadness..etc. Today most of us bare scars caused by the people who were suppose to protect us, love us and nature us but our dignity is dragged through streets that envy our purity. I for one don’t agree with what is being said ” forgive and forget”, (...)
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2019 May 28 : THE COST OF DEMOCRACY
Text by Phindile Madlala Images by Wendy Khumalo Election Day – 08/05/2019 has finally come and the City Of Durban (...)
Text by Phindile Madlala Images by Wendy Khumalo Election Day – 08/05/2019 has finally come and the City Of Durban is still in a state of disrepute due to the two week strike by eThekwini Municipality workers, which has brought the Durban CBD to a standstill last week. Workers from eThekwini’s Water, Sanitation and Electricity Departments downed tools and waste removal and water services were disrupted affecting hundreds of households. Violent protests ripped throughout the city after municipal workers went on strike, demanding salary increases. This came after municipal workers discovered that the City was giving Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans (MKMVA) members preferential treatment in terms of promotions and salary increase. Water pipes and sewer lines had not been fixed till (...)
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2019 May 28 : Ubhaqa Networks School Visit
by Lulu Mhlana ­­­ ‘Learn to love. Learn to live together. Be friends’. That’s the message Phumzile ‘PK’ Kubheka gives (...)
by Lulu Mhlana ­­­ ‘Learn to love. Learn to live together. Be friends’. That’s the message Phumzile ‘PK’ Kubheka gives learners from schools in the greater Cato Manor district in Durban, KZN. PK is the founder of Ubhaqa Networks and director of the programme, which aims to shape primary school learners through life skills and creative arts. Inkanyiso crew has since been invited to three school visits including Nsimbini Primary School, Ukukhanya KweLanga and Bonela Primary School respectively. The programme consists of three main components; Reading skills and Spelling B Drawing (specifically the SA flag) Observing and having discussions on the 2019 elections (in the form of a debate) These three main components will come in the form of a competition, so as to motivate the learners to (...)
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2019 May 28 : Maths and Science career expo
by Lulu Mhlana Saphinda Full Service School in Umlazi, Durban was the venue for the 2019 Maths and Science (...)
by Lulu Mhlana Saphinda Full Service School in Umlazi, Durban was the venue for the 2019 Maths and Science Career Expo held in April. The Expo aims to educate learners (especially matriculants) on courses and programmes they can apply for, to further their studies after Grade 12. The exhibitors ranged from different fields and professions; fashion, food and culinary and extra classes for maths and science amongst others. Learners from Saphinda Primary school who are a part of the PhotoXP Programme were also there with their cameras documenting the happenings of the day. Doctor Nomsa Dlamini began with the introduction for the day, followed by Principal Zulu who welcomed all exhibitors and guests. Dr. Dlamini urged the learners to study for their forthcoming exams, which are to (...)
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2019 May 27 : Durban City Hall Protests
by Lulu Mhlana Lunga Maphumulo, treasurer of Kwenza Malembe spoke to us in April about the protest action (...)
by Lulu Mhlana Lunga Maphumulo, treasurer of Kwenza Malembe spoke to us in April about the protest action happening at the City Hall in Durban CBD. Mr. Maphumulo informed us that officials are failing to implement decisions by political deployees from their structure. Budgets are being passed, but officials in power aren’t starting projects. These projects, dating back to 2014 and 2016 have approved budgets; however, relevant persons in power haven’t signed the necessary documentation. Mr. Maphumulo expressed further disappointment with the government as they have been promising houses for the masses but haven’t delivered. He further stressed that officials employed by the municipality should take action, as the empty promises are leading people to lose faith and distance themselves (...)
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2019 May 27 : Spelling for 25 years of democracy
by Lulu Mhlana On our recent trip to Umbelebele High School in Umlazi Q-Section, we had a spell check activity (...)
by Lulu Mhlana On our recent trip to Umbelebele High School in Umlazi Q-Section, we had a spell check activity with our Grade 12 pupils. The spell check consisted of 25 words to commemorate 25 years of democracy in South Africa. The pupils were graced by the presence and wisdom of musician Winnie Khumalo, award-winning photographer Ruth Motau and Rethabile Khumalo– who is a former Idols participant and a musician. The reality of the results that came from this some-what simple exercise is saddening. The words, which were being read out by Professor Sir Zanele Muholi included, amongst others- procrastination, enthusiasm and uniqueness. In a perfect world, the average matric pupil shouldn’t struggle to spell these words, however there were pupils that couldn’t spell a single word (...)
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2019 May 27 : Umbelebele Grade 12 tour to watch Banyana vs Jamaica
Report by Phindile Madlala  It was a sunny Sunday in Durban. 38 Grade 12 Umbelebele Secondary School learners (...)
Report by Phindile Madlala  It was a sunny Sunday in Durban. 38 Grade 12 Umbelebele Secondary School learners commuted by 2 taxis from Umlazi to Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. We found them all gathered under the tree. The excitement was written all over their faces. The experience I am about to share is about my observation towards the learners other than the game. I was an overseer of their behaviour, challenges they might encounter as I am a mother figure to these learners because I also have a 19-year-old daughter. As discussed on Friday, most of them were wearing jeans, t-shirts and sneakers. Tickets for everybody was arranged prior by the Inkanyiso Org. Crew. Khaya Cain and myself then issued all the learners their tickets then we made ourselves to the stadium gates. We all (...)
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Iterations Residency
Iterations researches the conditions of artistic collaboration in a digital context. Conviviality, togetherness, (...)
Iterations researches the conditions of artistic collaboration in a digital context. Conviviality, togetherness, institutions, transitory operating systems, documents as performance and other notions will be investigated by six artists who are invited to think, exchange and experiment together (...)
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2019 May 25 : Seven Day Durban Report
by Sinethemba Damane 6 April 2019 Ushaka Marine World, South Beach in Durban. Facilitators: Sinethemba Damane      (...)
by Sinethemba Damane 6 April 2019 Ushaka Marine World, South Beach in Durban. Facilitators: Sinethemba Damane                      Mziwakhe Sebenza                      Khaya Cane                      Thobeka Bhengu As any good productive day starts with breakfast, yesterday started exactly the same. We, as the facilitators had a chance to sit around the students before embarking on the day. The purpose of the day was to expose students to the environment and spaces in and around the beach. Then interpret and channel their photography skills, writing and story telling through photographs they had to capture. As upset as the weather was in Durban, we had quite a good productive day – engaging, interacting and encouraging these young souls and allowing them to express themselves fully. We gave these students disposable cameras, DLSR (...)
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2019 May 25 : Will my name be there ?
by Aluncedo Cetywayo One of these days my body will be under the ground. I will be no more . Will they remember my (...)
by Aluncedo Cetywayo One of these days my body will be under the ground. I will be no more . Will they remember my name? Will my name be on the history books? Telling  the new generation that I fought for the betterment of our society. Will it say that I perished fighting for unity. Will my name be in the big museum walls educating  the new generation how I  have given possibilities  to a black child. Will there be movies where I, black child is the superhero. Will my name be written in a way that empowers black excellence? Will they write my name in a way  that indicates greatness. I have been alive and conquering with my name. If I die today I want no pain associated  with my name. I may have had chapters of pain. But I want no new black generation exposed to the pain of the black nation (...)
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Nous sommes toutes des Marie Vassilieff. #bonneatoutfaire. (MIS À JOUR)
Outre Guillaume Dustan (dont la rétrospective des films- inédits- commence mercredi, avec une flambée d'articles, (...)
Outre Guillaume Dustan (dont la rétrospective des films- inédits- commence mercredi, avec une flambée d'articles, colloque et ouvrage(s)), il y a quelqu'une qui réapparait en ce moment: c'est Marie Vassilieff, célébrée par une double exposition, ou plutôt une exposition en deux morceaux accompagnée d'un livre (d'Emilie Notéris), l'une à la Fondation des Artistes de Nogent sur Marne et l'autre à la Villa Vassilieff, histoire de reprononcer son nom. Catherine Gonnard et moi avions déjà mentionné cet avis qu'elle fit paraître fort démunie après que la crise de 1929-30 eut fait connaître ses effets (Femmes/artistes, artistes/femmes, Paris de 1880 à nos jours chez Hazan, 2007) et qui est exposé à Nogent sur Marne. A une époque où certaines oeuvres d'artistes contemporains atteignent des prix astronomiques en (...)
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2019 May 24 : Somnyama Ngonyama Interpreted to Ikhono LaseNatali
by Wakhe Sebenza “I personally believe that artists need to be resourced. Durban Artists need recognition because (...)
by Wakhe Sebenza “I personally believe that artists need to be resourced. Durban Artists need recognition because for an artist to make sense, it means that you need to have been exhibited. Have your work published and also have your work analysed by experts, meaning the curators, the art writers, being journaled or have the work appear in art journals, but most of all to have own publications.” This statement by Professor Sir Zanele Muholi encapsulates what Ikhono Lasenatali exhibition is about and not only that but also the purpose of life. I personally believe we are here to love, inspire and support each other. Extending a helping hand is something we all must do, for this is not only helping those who yearn for support but a self-satisfaction that makes life worth living. Sir (...)
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Noises I could not ignore Radio Programme
On Friday 17th of May, in BNA-BBOT, Yared Yilma presented 12 sounds recorded at the Red Cross refugee centre in (...)
On Friday 17th of May, in BNA-BBOT, Yared Yilma presented 12 sounds recorded at the Red Cross refugee centre in Eeklo to Caroline Claus (KU Leuven), Flavien Gillié and Wendy Van Wynsberghe. Together, they analyzed what was potentially heard, the choices of sounds and commented from their (...)
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The Bitflipping Mixtape launch
ATTENTION: Postponed due to a SEU! With The Bitflipping Mixtape, The Flipping (de)Ontologi(ci)sts set out to (...)
ATTENTION: Postponed due to a SEU! With The Bitflipping Mixtape, The Flipping (de)Ontologi(ci)sts set out to answer a simple, burning question: What is happening in the forbidden zone? The result was nothing short of a revelation. Finally turning all Truth Tables, The (de)Ontologi(ci)sts (...)
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2019 May 22 : SA General Elections
by Wendy Khumalo The 8th of May 2019 is an incredibly important day on the South African calendar. On this (...)
by Wendy Khumalo The 8th of May 2019 is an incredibly important day on the South African calendar. On this auspicious day South Africans would have the right to cast their vote freely for whoever they deem fit to govern the country for the next 5years. 2019 marks 25 years in our very young democracy, for most South Africans it is a big deal. So I, Wendy Khumalo got out and about during voting and asked the young and the old what it meant to vote and what this 25 years of democracy meant for the layman on the street. To my surprise, people were not as open to getting interviewed as I had hoped, nonetheless there were those brave and outspoken individuals who knew what it means being free and what freedom of speech entails. This all happened after I had cast my (...)
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Relearn 2019 : Curved
Relearn is a collective learning experiment with as many teachers as it has participants. It is motivated by the (...)
Relearn is a collective learning experiment with as many teachers as it has participants. It is motivated by the possibility to displace parameters of/for research, studying and learning. This summer, Relearn is back in the form of a curve, transversing multiple times and spaces. Curl (...)
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The library is open
Dear readers, The Library Is Open invites you to an afternoon of workshops that make the operations within (...)
Dear readers, The Library Is Open invites you to an afternoon of workshops that make the operations within libraries visible. Join us in exploring the actions and roles of legal and extra-legal libraries (municipal, pirate, academic, +++), their custodians, and the public that form a community (...)
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