Posts Categorized: Workshop

Remembering the North – Arctic Tea and Printmaking at the National Maritime Museum

After my recent residency at The National Maritime Museum I was invited to write a follow-up blog post about the experience. You can read it below or find it on the NMM website here.  The National Maritime Museum are currently changing the RE·THINK space before we start looking at Migration from tomorrow (5 June). Before the new space opens, we… Read more »


I was invited by the Johannesburg-based contemporary art production team, Trinity Sessions, in partnership with Visa, to run workshops across 10 schools – some private, some state – in the Cape Town area, as part of the Olympic-themed international art programme.   The aim was to introduce children to the Olympics through art by exploring… Read more »

Interface, Guga’Sthebe, Langa – 2007

‘Interface – a surface forming a common boundary of 2 bodies, regions, or phases. The place at which (diverse) independent systems meet and communicate with each other.’ ‘Interface’ began with 100 blank canvases arranged on the wall at the arts and cultural centre Guga’Sthebe in Langa, Cape Town. The work evolved over the period of… Read more »

Guerrilla Studio, A living installation, Vida e

‘Guerrilla studio’ evolved out of my desire to explore new territory as an artist. The temporary “studio” I created became a space where the private art-making process was subject to the public eye, whilst my work was shaped by the unpredictability of the dynamic environment. The projects aim was to disrupt the routines of contemporary… Read more »