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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.

Cinq femmes : Londres 2) Lee Krasner (Barbican Gallery)
vitrine pour les War Services Windows Displays, 1942 (reconstitution) Extrait de Lee Krasner: In her Own Words (...)
vitrine pour les War Services Windows Displays, 1942 (reconstitution) Extrait de Lee Krasner: In her Own Words Vie d'artiste. Avant d'être recrutée en tant qu'artiste pour superviser une grosse commande, par le service des armées ("War services project") de 20 vitrines à Manhattan et à Brooklyn destinées à l'éducation militaire des civils en temps de guerre, Lee Krasner avait traversé plusieurs écoles d'art. Il y avait eu la Women's school of art (Cooper Union); la National Academy of Design. Elle l'avait abandonnée à la suite de la crise de 1929. Puis l'enseignement du City College, les cours de dessin d'après modèle de la Greenwich House, et enfin (tout en travaillant pour gagner sa vie, notamment, dans les années 1930, au sein du programme public WPA) l'école du peintre Hans Hoffmann. (...)
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Muholi and Qampi collaborate on Limise exhibition.
Frankfurt/Main, Germany – Sakhile&Me Gallery presents “Limise” – a selection of photographs by South African visual (...)
Frankfurt/Main, Germany – Sakhile&Me Gallery presents “Limise” – a selection of photographs by South African visual activist Zanele Muholi and photographer Lindeka Qampi. The exhibition pays homage to the 63rd anniversary of the iconic 1956 Women’s March during Apartheid South Africa and will run from August 8 until September 7, 2019. The exhibition is guest-curated by compatriot Lerato Dumse who has collaborated with the duo since 2013. “Limise” shows a series of iconic high-contrasted black-and-white self-portrait photographs by Prof. Zanele Muholi from the award winning “Somnyama Ngonyama” series and color self- portrait photographs by fellow long-time activist and ally Lindeka Qampi. The duo-exhibition comes at a crucial moment in both their careers as 2019 marks South Africa’s (...)
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2019 July 30 : When Faces Meet
by Mercury Duma A day of triumph and celebration was held at the Stevenson Art Gallery in Parktown North, (...)
by Mercury Duma A day of triumph and celebration was held at the Stevenson Art Gallery in Parktown North, Johannesburg on the 20th of July 2019. Rainbow colours covered the the fence leading up to the exhibition. Different outfits, different personalities and different individuals from all walks of life brought together to rejoice and celebrate the 13th instalment of Faces and Phases. Cold weather took centre stage during the proceedings of the day. Though there was sunlight brightening up the day but the warmth of it provided a brief relief during the day. This didn’t deter people from coming out in their numbers. The weather was also a symbol of the cold struggles queer people face everyday because of their sexuality and gender identity. With each hour passing more and more people (...)
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Cinq femmes, Londres. 1) Faith Ringgold (Serpentine Gallery)
The Flag is Bleeding #2 (American Collection #6) 1997. Toutes photos: ©Faith Ringold/ARS, courtesy Pippy Houldsworth Gallery ou ACA Galleries American People #10 Study Now, 1964 et American People #9 The American Dream, 1964 Feminist Series #14 of 20: Men of Eminence,1972/1993; Feminist Series #18 of 20: Mr Black Man Watch Your Step, 1973/1993; Feminist Series #12 of 20: We Meet the Monster, 1972 et détail. Who’s Afraid of Aunt Jemima” (1983), ©Faith Ringgold/ARS member Courtesy ACA Galleries. Faith Ringgold, née en 1930, a reçu 23 doctorats à titre honorifique. Elle a peint les gens d'Amérique en montrant les inégalités sociales qui minent la base du "rêve américain" et le peuple d'Amérique, celui qu'on n'entend pas toujours. Elle a fabriqué des peintures politiques qui résonnent (...)
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2019 July 30 : Our history will not be forgotten.
by Tinashe Wakapila A journey that started with a face and a camera has evolved to phases of queer beings leaving (...)
by Tinashe Wakapila A journey that started with a face and a camera has evolved to phases of queer beings leaving a forest of family trees of the LBTI+ COMMUNITY. Positive Narratives of Queer beings centuries ago was nowhere to be found. If it was found it would be open for all sorts of negativity and wrongful ideologies behind it. It was more of a subjective topic. Leading the whole idea of a simple thing as a different sexuality to the other being something that people have to fight for to be accepted. That is why the great Prof. Sir Zanele Muholi saw it fit that we may be a part of this journey participating in the project named Faces and Phases. A modern day documentary through photography (portraits to be specific), which is an important method of recording history, sharing (...)
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Feral Licensing, Cinema Sauvage
During the Cinema Sauvage film festival, Constant organises a brainstorm / writing session to create copyleft (...)
During the Cinema Sauvage film festival, Constant organises a brainstorm / writing session to create copyleft licenses, made especially for Wild Movies ! Many artists, writers, filmmakers, software coders and other authors are supportive of the reuse and remixing of their work. For them, Free (...)
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2017 July 29 : 7 years of writing Pieces of Expressions.
by Nonkululeko Dube
by Nonkululeko Dube On the 27th of July 2019 at AGOG Gallery in Johannesburg, Lebo Diverse launched a book titled PIECES OF EXPRESSIONS in the name of art-create. The book was published under Seven27 project that is an artist hub that grooms and document a collective of artists. I am nervous for them wondering if people are going to come through for the book launch and at the very same time, I am superbly excited for Lebo. We have a new baby created in the family. Lebo Diverse says it has been 7 years of writing and Pieces of expressions comprises 27 poems from that 7 years of writing and 30 years of life experiences. Seven27 project was celebrating its 3rd annual celebration, since it was founded on the 27th of July in 2017 and since then it has two sub-projects under it, Pieces of (...)
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Faces and Phases turns teen
by: Lindiwe Dhlamini Professor/Sir Zanele Muholi’s longstanding photographic project known as; Faces and Phases (...)
by: Lindiwe Dhlamini Professor/Sir Zanele Muholi’s longstanding photographic project known as; Faces and Phases (F&P)celebrates thirteen years in existence. Some of the faces have faded with the phases and some of those still alive were in attendance. On the 19th of July Muholi celebrated their birthday as the installations were taking place for what was termed ‘mini LGBTIAQ+ Pride’ taking place on the 20thJuly 2019 in Parktown North, Johannesburg at the Stevenson Gallery. Friends, collaborators and family pose for a photo after watching the Lion King movie in celebration of Muholi’s birthday © Thembela Dick Faces and Phases is renowned for the documentation of Black African lesbians and transgender men and woman from various countries. The images have been exhibited in over 40 (...)
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2019 July 22 : The Queen’s Autobiography helps Women to find their path beyond real-Life calamities
by Donsi Kunene Indlovukazi Mapule, Author of “Leaving the shadows behind” is helping other women to prevent and to (...)
by Donsi Kunene Indlovukazi Mapule, Author of “Leaving the shadows behind” is helping other women to prevent and to overcome their life challenges while they can. The book is a treasure for gifted young people, troubled souls, teachers, counsellors, parents, mentors and friends. This book integrates insights regarding the social and emotional characteristics of the individual. Everyone will discover themselves in these pages. Just in time, as we celebrate women’s month in August, this book will come in handy for all women who seek to look beyond their life misfortunes and soldier on. The book has 10 fascinating chapters that display her life challenges and jubilees as a widow, teacher, spiritual coach, actor, businesswoman and a wife. The book cover of “Leaving The Shadows Behind.” © (...)
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2019 July 10 : My New York Moments – Taking Centre Stage at World Pride, New York 2019 !
by Yaya Mavundla   It’s a Thursday evening 27. July 2019, I am on a flight to New York for World Pride, New York (...)
by Yaya Mavundla   It’s a Thursday evening 27. July 2019, I am on a flight to New York for World Pride, New York 2019 the biggest pride in the world which forms part of Stonewall 50.  For some weird reason I am not overwhelmed, it feels so normal, like I have done this before, very weird for a first time experience, the last time I attended pride abroad was in 2014 in Belgium.  One thing for sure is that I am excited that with this trip everything is just going so well.  What’s more interesting is that this is a decision that was made yesterday (Wednesday 26/06/19) after I received my USA visa, which has been a mission for me to get, not that I have failed the Visa, application, I just never made it to the embassy. Halfway through the trip, the excitement kicks in, I am going to (...)
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2019 July 21 : A Conversation With Phindile Madlala
by Wakhe Sebenza She is a mother to a beautiful daughter Lwandi who is fortunate to have two mothers in her life (...)
by Wakhe Sebenza She is a mother to a beautiful daughter Lwandi who is fortunate to have two mothers in her life ever since her mom, Phindile Madlala came out as a same gender loving person. As anyone would wonder how do you even tell your daughter that you are lesbian? Also how do you prepare them for being mocked outside by other children? This was not the case for Phindile, Her daughter takes pride in having two mothers that she would even brag about it when she is with her peers, and also still having a present Father on top of the two mothers. After losing everything, Phindile ended up staying at her daughter’s Father’s home with her same sex partner Wendy. This is a unique story right? Good man still exist out there, lets get to know Phindile. Phindile Madlala was born and bred (...)
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2019 July 20 : Men are sexually abused too, by other men- Speaking to Thandwayinkosi.
by Wakhe Sebenza *Trigger Warning  Historically, rape was thought to be, and defined as, a crime committed solely (...)
by Wakhe Sebenza *Trigger Warning  Historically, rape was thought to be, and defined as, a crime committed solely against women. Rape of males is still Taboo, and has a negative connotation among heterosexual and homosexual men. it is difficult for a male victim, straight or gay, to report the sexual assault that was experienced by him, especially in a society with a strong masculine custom. He is a Rape Survivor sharing his story hoping to change the stigma around Male rape. Thandwayinkosi is 22-year-old Visual Artist. His story of rape can be picked up by just looking at his Instagram Photographs. He took a chance in photography after Professor Sir Zanele Muholi introduced him to it. He thought he was going to go back to his first love is Law, which he wanted to study. Too late, the (...)
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Nominations (Emma Lavigne au Palais de Tokyo)
Pas la peine de prendre l'air étonné·e.... si je poste à nouveau le même texte. (ou presque). La nomination d'Emma (...)
Pas la peine de prendre l'air étonné·e.... si je poste à nouveau le même texte. (ou presque). La nomination d'Emma Lavigne à la "direction"* du Palais de Tokyo- elle en est en fait la présidente- ne surprend pas complètement. Hier soir la nouvelle a été postée par Le Quotidien de l'Art et The Artnewspaper France, alors que les papiers se succédaient depuis quelques temps pour se gausser de "l''inquiétante panne de nominations à la tête des grandes institutions culturelles" (Le Figaro) et de la politique des "chaises vides" à la Villa Médicis, à l'Opéra de Paris, au Centre National du Cinéma, sans compter l' "inertie" au Château de Versailles et au Centre National du Livre... Et sans parler des manoeuvres qui se préparent à la présidence du Centre Pompidou (dont le mandat expire en 2020), du Quai Branly (...)
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"La Biennale empoisonnée des gaz lacrymogènes." et actualisations
Je reproduis ici une lettre ouverte de Hannah Black, Ciarán Finlayson et Tobi Haslett adressée à et diffusée par (...)
Je reproduis ici une lettre ouverte de Hannah Black, Ciarán Finlayson et Tobi Haslett adressée à et diffusée par Artforum. Elle appelle les artistes concernés au boycott des (dernières semaines) de la Biennale 2019 du Whitney Museum (curators: Rujeko Hockley et Jane Panetta). Malgré les protestations et pétitions, en effet, le vice-président du conseil d'administration du Whitney, Warren B. Kanders, n'a toujours pas démissionné, même si une partie du personnel (au nombre de 100) a demandé son départ. Les trois auteur·es évoquent ici l'affaire Kanders, "mécène toxique" propriétaire de Safariland [qui fabrique les bonbonnes de gaz lacrymogènes utilisées notamment à la frontière USA-Mexique, mais si le nom de la boîte n'est pas révélateur d'un certain état d'indécence dans cette chasse à l'humain!!!! ] à la (...)
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Douglas Crimp (1944-2019)
Douglas Crimp par Catherine Opie. Et donc voilà. Je dois dire au revoir à Douglas Crimp, sans aucun doute un (...)
Douglas Crimp par Catherine Opie. Et donc voilà. Je dois dire au revoir à Douglas Crimp, sans aucun doute un immense critique, historien d’art, curator, professeur et activiste newyorkais, plus qu'une référence indispensable: il est l'orbe dans laquelle se niche la vie culturelle, activiste et artistique newyorkaise (et plus) durant plus de 45 ans. Mais ça n’est pas très personnel, de dire ça. Un modèle, déjà un peu plus, mais vous le savez déjà si vous m’avez un peu lue ou entendue. Mais non. Il me faut d’abord dire à quel point Douglas Crimp s’inscrit dans notre vie, à K et moi, non seulement parce que nous le connaissions, mais surtout parce qu’il s’inscrit dans la vie de nos amies, qu’il fait partie du tissu conjonctif de tout ce – de celles, de ceux- que nous aimons dans le monde de l’art New (...)
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2019 June 30 : A journey to a queer priesthood
by Nombulelo Ngqayizivele Khumalo As a South African queer person, the month of June is a very significant time. (...)
by Nombulelo Ngqayizivele Khumalo As a South African queer person, the month of June is a very significant time. In South Africa, it is popularly known as Youth Month, a month dedicated to young people and includes celebrations on the 16th of June (Youth Day), a day in which South Africans remember and honor the youth that was ambushed by the apartheid regime police in Soweto on 16 June 1976. On this day over 500 youths were killed in the Soweto uprising. June celebrations in South Africa also coincide with Pride month around the world. The month of June was chosen for LGBT Pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June 1969. As a result, many pride events are held during this month to recognize the impact LGBT people have had in the world. Since (...)
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Berthe Morisot, dans ma chambre. (Musée d'Orsay, Paris)
Jeune femme à sa fenêtre ou Portrait de Mme Pontillon (sa soeur), 1869, avec un détail, la pointe de la chaussure rouge (National Gallery of art, Washington) Les Soeurs, ou deux soeurs sur un canapé 1869 (National Gallery of Art, Wash); ; Intérieur, 1872 (coll part); La Lecture 1873,( Cleveland museum of Art) Femme et enfant au balcon, 1871-72 (Tokyo, Bridgeston Museum) Elles semblent complètement absorbées - plus que perdues- dans leurs pensées, les femmes peintes par Berthe Morisot. Qu'elles soient assises devant la fenêtre ou penchées au balcon, sur un fauteuil ou dans l'herbe, sur une chaise ou debout, rêvant ou lisant, on les croit silencieuses. Lorsqu'elles ne sont pas absorbées dans leur lecture, ou au miroir, ou à se poudrer, elles regardent vers leur éventail, vers la vue, (...)
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Warp & Weft Summercollection 2019
A summery collection of on-line pages. Warps invite you to navigate to and through documentation, media and notes. (...)
A summery collection of on-line pages. Warps invite you to navigate to and through documentation, media and notes. Wefts are thematic constellations that establish relationships between different projects in the Constant Galaxy. The wefts and warps introduce a specific way of writing, indexing (...)
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Call for participants : Collective Conditions
Collective Conditions is a worksession which experiments with the generative potential of codes of conduct, (...)
Collective Conditions is a worksession which experiments with the generative potential of codes of conduct, complaints procedures, bug reports and copyleft licenses. We understand these socio-technical protocols as artistic and activist media and are curious about the role they can play in the (...)
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Collective Conditions
A worksession on the conditions for/of collectivity. From 8 until 16 November 2019, artists, software developers, (...)
A worksession on the conditions for/of collectivity. From 8 until 16 November 2019, artists, software developers, theorists, activists and others will experiment with the generative potential of codes of conduct, bugreports, licenses and complaints. We would like to think of such performative (...)
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2019 June 20 : “You are in my heart”
by Vava Rosy May Your silent presence, I still feel Your secret smile, I still see A smile for those you loved, (...)
by Vava Rosy May Your silent presence, I still feel Your secret smile, I still see A smile for those you loved, Yet not many people knew Your fighting spirit weakening within Yet not ready to give up this thing Encouraging words from Your family and friends, made the meaning Of life worth living hopefully till the end The dates went by, Lord I was hoping for an extra day With you telling me ‘thank you baby I feel alright’ I felt your pain when I held your hand tight The tears we shared made all the bad disappear You called me not long therafter, A day or two before you let go I was over overjoyed to hear your voice and To share that moment even if it seemed too late The sound of your voice circled in my head I tried not to be upset knowing it was your last goodbye. (...)
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2019 June 18 : LEAVE ME ALONE
by Viola Rosy May Leave me alone I am a child Not a puppet or doll that you can hide You look at me as if I can (...)
by Viola Rosy May Leave me alone I am a child Not a puppet or doll that you can hide You look at me as if I can be the wife number 3 that left you You want to touch so they would not know But I’m not stupid, let me go Let me play my games with friends I am just a child so let me be free I told my mother and aunty too and wait my uncle is coming to “moer” you Stop grabbing me, you are hurting me You are treating me like a second car wheel Promising me sweets and R5 airtime Dude get with the times that’s not how we roll I know my rights as a child You touch me again and I’ll put your sorry ass in jail Vava:  Cape Town 21 May 2019 Related Posts: https://inkanyiso.org/2013/05/01/2013-april-3-reflecting-on-intersexions/ (...)
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2019 June 18 : ME MYSELF AND I
by Viola Rosy May I AM WHO I AM I AM ME Some youngsters would like to be I don’t have much to give but a (...)
by Viola Rosy May I AM WHO I AM I AM ME Some youngsters would like to be I don’t have much to give but a humorous spirit within me I’m beautiful, I’m fat and dark as can be with a little light shining in me I’m coloured, I’m mixed, I’m what ever you want me to be You name the color and change it for free My father is coloured and mother is black Does that make you any better than me? Come closer, nooo closer, more closer and not behind my back Stand this side on the right side because I need to state a fact You feel me, you smell, you touch me like that The same heart beat runs down your neck I AM WHO I AM I AM ME My colour or status does not define me I’m different, unique and do not strive to be someone else in-front of me You know me, you don’t own me I’m born out of the (...)
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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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