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Among the serious problems that marked the hard lockdown of 2020, were the lesser frustrations that belong more in the notorious First World Problem category. Problems like “What can I do in my leisure time now that outside is forbidden?” and “Why did I panic-buy all these bananas?” seemed to

David Brits (b.1987) is a multidisciplinary artist who incorporates printmaking, drawing and painting in his practice. His work explores his identity and context as a young, white man living in present-day South Africa; his art making a way to process the complex history that he has inherited. Brits’ 50ty/50ty artwork speaks

For his 50ty/50ty artwork Bit Coupon, Asha Zero added another layer of conceptual depth and laborious production to his process. First, he digitally scanned images of his paintings; themselves depicting collages of found images. These were then cut and reassembled as a digital collage and this composite image colour-separated for

Daniella Mooney (b.1986) has been hailed as one of South Africa’s ‘Bright Young Things’ by Art South Africa, and was selected to participate in Wanted magazine’s ‘Young African Artists’ showcase at the FNB Joburg Art Fair in 2012. Her work has been acquired by the 21C Museum in Kentucky, the Ellerman House Collection,

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