Artist feature: Aurora Robson

Aurora Robson is a multi-media artist known predominantly for her meditative work intercepting the plastic waste stream. Her practice is about shifting negative trajectories. Her work formally references recurring nightmares that she had as a child which she hybridizes with … Continued

Artwork of the week: Mobility by Emma Willemse

Mobility Emma Willemse Installation view at Hoofstraat Conceptual, Riebeek Kasteel. Eucalyptus bark, wooden shelf, mutton cloth Part of the Eucalyptus dislocation series of Site specific installations in an ongoing investigation of the meanings generated by the Eucalyptus tree in South … Continued

Artwork of the week: Inopportune – Stage Two by Cai Guo-Qiang

Inopportune: Stage Two (detail) Cai Guo-Qiang, 2004, nine life-sized tiger replicas, arrows, and mountain stage prop. Tigers: papier-mâché, plaster,fiberglass, resin, and painted hide; arrows: brass, threaded bamboo shaft, and feathers; and stage prop: Styrofoam, wood, canvas, and acrylic paint, dimensions … Continued

Artwork of the week: Dandelion drying by Greg Patch

3 stages of drying Dandelion leaf and root photo-sketched. At three separate drying stages Patch moved the plant material to air the process, preventing mold and to prevent the plant material from sticking to the wood surface. Each reset becomes … Continued

Bleeding Roots – Danelle Janse van Rensburg

Danelle Janse van Rensburg’s bleeding roots explores the interconnectedness of all life Danelle Janse van Rensburg’s latest solo exhibition – Bleeding Roots – explores the ‘interconnectedness’ as well as the symbiotic role of the ‘Mother Tree’ with other younger surrounding … Continued

Artwork of the week: “black on black” Installation by Asiyeh Mohamadian

Title: black on blackInstallationArtist: Asiyeh Mohamadian2016/Neyshabour Artist Statement: By wasteful logging and paying no attention to the environment, we ruin the nature throughout the world, and we change the nature to a cemetery for the next generation, who will see … Continued

Artwork of the week: RIVERINE RABBIT, Loxton

RIVERINE RABBIT THINKING PATH LOXTON, THE KAROO, SOUTH AFRICA, GOOGLE MAP The Site_Specific Collective have completed their second permanent Karoo Geoglyphs project in Loxton – the Riverine Rabbit Thinking Path. Designed & conceptualised by sister and brother team Anni Snyman … Continued